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The Arctic is more than just snow: it is land, water, and ice and home to people and wildlife. It is also the front line for our changing climate. 

In this exhibition, visitors will explore the impact of the changing climate in the Arctic through many lenses, including the land, sea, and ice. They will connect with the remarkable animals that live in the Arctic, the resilient people that inhabit this region, and the dedicated scientists who are helping to reveal what makes this place so unique. 

Arctic Voices takes visitors into the fascinating and changing world of the Arctic, through interactive and object-based exhibits and multimedia experiences. Visitors explore through the sights, sounds, and voices of this beautiful and changing place. 

 

The Arctic, despite its seemingly isolated location, is connected to all of us.

 

THEMES

Climate Change

Natural History

Environmental Science

Science Technology

FEATURES

- Crawl beneath the ice

- Whale Theatre

- Explore a bear's den

- Simulate throat singing

RESOURCES

 

WATCH EXHIBIT VIDEO

 

AVAILABLE TOUR SPOTS

FALL 2021

September - December

SUMMER 2022

May - August

FALL 2022

September - December

WINTER 2023

January - April

 

LOCATIONS

Science North - Sudbury, ON

Canadian Museum of Nature - Ottawa, ON

Saskatchewan Science Centre - Saskatoon, SK

May 16 - September 7, 2015

Springs Preserve - Las Vegas, NV

February 19 - May 26, 2016

Australian National Maritime Museum -

Sydney, Australia

December 14, 2017 - May 1, 2018

Canterbury Museum - Christchurch, New Zealand

June 28 - November 3, 2019

Museum of Surrey - Surrey, BC

March 2020 - October 2020

TELUS Spark - Calgary, AB

November 2020 - February 2021

Science World Vancouver - Vancouver, BC

March 2021 - September 2021

 

EXHIBIT PHOTOS

 

LET'S TALK!

Have questions about this traveling exhibition? Contact our team!

+1 (705) 522-3701 ext 308

internationalsales@sciencenorth.ca