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Canadian Museum of agriculture

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Canadian Museum of agriculture and food - entertaining Museum in the canadian capital Ottawa. The Museum is located at the street address of the Prince of Wales, 901, in the territory of the Central experimental farm.

Canadian Museum of agriculture and food is the perfect place for a fun family weekend and a great opportunity to get acquainted with the peculiarities of life on the farm and its inhabitants (goats, cows, horses, alpacas, pigs, chickens, etc.), a history of the development of agriculture in Canada, with scientific and technical progress in this industry, as well as with modern problems and ways of their solution. A lot of new and interesting you learn by visiting the exhibition "What do we eat?", where you talk about the usefulness of natural products and the way they are, before come to our table. However, a lot of fun you will get simply walking through the landscaped grounds of the Museum.

Every year in may at the Canadian Museum of agriculture and food is the sheep shearing festival, and in August - ice cream festival. Special attention is paid to the development of various educational programs for children of preschool and school ages and for students. Also a special attraction is such a service as "a celebration of child birth" (there are two format of the event the choice - "Pizza Party!" and "A MOOving Experience"). During the summer period on the territory of the Museum is "Summer camp" for children from 4 to 14 years.

In addition to the Canadian Museum of agriculture and food at the Central experimental farm is also located Dominosa Observatory, Dominance arboretum, Ornamental gardens, wildlife Garden James Fletcher.