Arctic display at a Museum

Discover the fragile and amazing Arctic.

Date & Time

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Address

Museum of Surrey 17710 56A Avenue

Tickets & Pricing

Free

Explore the impact of climate change in the Arctic through land, sea and ice. We are ultimately all connected to the Arctic. Through interactives, education and fun, this exhibit inspires visitors to protect this fragile region. Suitable for visitors of all ages, expect to:

  • Be immersed in the Whale Theater
  • Engage with multiplayer quizzes
  • Compare your own abilities to Arctic animals
  • Try to simulate throat singing

Hours

Wednesday to Saturday
9:30am-12:00pm 
2:00-4:30pm (except Thursday afternoons)

Enhanced Safety Measures

To protect visitors from COVID-19, all visits to the museum must be pre-registered. Experience the exhibit as part of a pre-registered tour of the entire museum, or on its own by participating in a sketching series program.

Given the hands-on nature of Arctic Voices, visitors are asked to be responsible and respectful of other visitors. Hand sanitizers have been placed at each interactive and push buttons will be sanitized after each tour. Kindly follow the instructions on signage in the exhibit and sanitize hands before and after using each interactive. While not required, tour participants are encouraged to wear masks during their tours. Museum of Surrey masks are available for purchase for $6 plus tax.

Take a virtual tour of the exhibit 

 

This exhibit reflects our role in protecting the planet, connecting to the City of Surrey Sustainability Charter. 

Arctic Voices is co-produced by:

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