Wrapped! A once in a lifetime event
NOW OPEN FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! WRAPPED: The Mummy of Pesed.
For the first time in 45 years, a real mummy is on display in Winnipeg. This 5,000 sq. ft (460 sq. metres) exhibit showcases:
- Pesed, the shining one, a mummy and her coffin,
- Over 60 ancient Egyptian antiquities,
- CT scans and forensic facial reconstructions of Egyptian mummies.
For hours of operation and admission prices to this temporary exhibition, please click here.
(Pesed’s home is Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. The college has generously consented to allow her to travel to Winnipeg as the centerpiece of the Wrapped exhibition.)
A New Way to Discover Science
When: Thursday, December 5, 7:30 pm
Where: Antoine Gaborieau Hall, 2nd floor, Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain, 340 Provencher Blvd
FREE Admission. You pay for your own beverages.
Chill with our panel as they discuss Polar ice, ice ages and
ice floes and how ice has become a hot buzzword for climate
change, then join in the discussion and get a chance to ask
those questions you’ve always wondered about, such as: Is the ice
different in the Arctic and Antarctic? How thin has the ice gotten at the North Pole?
MOVEMBER HAS COMPANY; NOVEMBER IS LOVE THY NONSUCH MONTH
The Manitoba Museum is celebrating a very special birthday this November. To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Nonsuch’s arrival at the Museum site and celebrate the more than 4 million visitors who have walked its decks, the Museum is launching a fundraising and awareness campaign.
SATURDAY IS YOUR LAST CHANCE!
Saturday, November 30 Maureen Matthews, Curator of Native Ethnology, presents “Did you ever wonder? A Cree perspective on the first voyage of the Nonsuch”