Indigenous storytelling and crafting, immersive nature exploration, and an exciting historical trail agricultural adventure are all included in this memorable hands-on experience. Discover More Adventures at The Stratford Perth Museum!  and explore the Stratford Perth Museum like never before.

Participants will rotate among three different stations on the museum grounds during this 2hr experience.

Indigenous Storytelling/Crafts:
We welcome Indigenous educator, Patsy-Anne Day of Oneida Nations to share her story of Sky Woman. Followed by her beautiful words, participants will create a mobile inspired by her story.

Immersive Nature:
We welcome our friends from Upper Thames River Conservation Authority to help you explore the museum’s watershed. Learn about the incredibly cool water specimens that call this water home. From microscopic crawly-things to chorusing bullfrogs, an aquatic world awaits.

Historical Trail Adventure:
A museum educator will guide participants through the museum trails sharing stories of Perth County/Stratford early history. Lots to see and hear on this exciting trail adventure with some agricultural challenges along the way.

Experience Details:

Date: Thursday, August 11, 2022
Time: 10 AM to 12 PM

Where: Stratford Perth Museum Outdoor Grounds/Backstage
Cost: $10 Adult; $5 Child (4-12yrs); Free (3yrs-0); $25.00 Family Fee (6 people or less)

Preregistration Discount: $20.00 Family Fee (6 people or less) click below for tickets

Family Discount Pass

 

Please inquire about our negotiable prices for campers and special interest groups.

Please call 519-393-5315 if you are interested in registering in advance – spaces are limited.

Support for this program:
Perth County Tourism
Upper Thames Conservation Authority