What To See and Do

Summer Camps

Bring the country to kids in the city with these fascinating summer camps at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum. These hands-on camps educate children ages 4 to 14 while they care for the Museum’s farm animals and gardens, cook foods, make crafts, and play games. 

Camp Description Ages Dates Fees
Kinder Farm Camp SOLD OUT Children learn about and meet all the farm animals. 4 to 5 June 27 to August 22 $210 to $250
Fun at the Farm Camp SOLD OUT Children learn how to care for farm animals. 6 to 8 June 27 to August 22 $210 to $250
Sprouting Chefs Camp Children create delicious food and learn the role agriculture plays in their lives. 8 to 10 June 27 to August 15 $210 to $250
City Farm Camp Children care for the animals and tend their own garden. 9 to 11 June 27 to August 22 $210 to $250
Junior Farmer Camp Children “adopt” a calf and learn about the agriculture industry. 12 to 14 June 27 to August 22 $210 to $250

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Camp registration dates:

  • Monday, February 8, 2016 - 9 p.m.:
    Camp registration opens to the general public.

Summer camps at the Museum are very popular and may sell out quickly. If the camp you wish to register your child in is full, please sign up for the waitlist, as it is very possible that more spaces will open up. Last year, 250 campers on the waitlist were able to attend the camp of their choice.

General Information:

For location, see the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum map.

For more information about the Museum, please see our Visitor Information page or call 613-991-3044.

Summer camps offered at our affiliate Museums:

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