Canada's Capital Museums Passport
Canada's Capital Museums Passport is the best way to explore Canadian culture, science, art, history, nature – and much more – in the Capital. Visit up to seven uniquely Canadian museums in Canada's Capital region.
The cost is $45 (including taxes) for individuals, or $99 (including taxes) for a family of up to two adults and three children aged 17 and under.
You can buy the Museums Passport at any of the participating museums and the Capital Information Kiosk, located at 90 Wellington Street in Ottawa.
Your Museums Passport is valid for seven days from the first museum visit. Just present your Museums Passport at the museum ticket counter upon arrival. The museum staff will update your passport and admit you to the museum.
The Museums Passport is good for one visit per museum and cannot be combined with any other promotional offer. The Museums Passport cost is non-refundable or exchangeable. There will be no refund on any admission ticket.
The following national museums are part of Canada's Capital Museums Passport. Be sure to also visit some of the Capital Region's other national treasures, which are all free of charge: Rideau Hall, Musical Ride, Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada and the Mackenzie King Estate.
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