March Break 2023

Children having fun at the Science Centre.

Learn and have fun this March Break.

Celebrate your March Break with Indigenous science, space exploration and much more! The Science Centre is open every day from March 11 to 19 with exciting events, shows and programs to keep curious minds busy while school is out.

Try your hand at Métis Bingo, learn about the traditional role of dance in Indigenous culture with a spectacular live show, and remember to visit our interactive Indigenous Ingenuity exhibition before it closes in April. Plus, look to the stars with a special presentation by York University students all about satellite science. 

There are so many exciting options to choose from—plus, of course, familiar favourites to enjoy during your visit! Be sure to check out our schedule of shows, events and films to plan your visit ahead of time so that you don’t miss a thing.

Click here for tips to have a great visit.

Metis Bingo card.
Métis Bingo

March 11–19
11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. daily
Challenge Zone, Level 6

One pair of moccasins, one canoe, one beaver . . . bingo! 

Learn about Métis culture, traditions and more. Go for a straight line or try to get a full Bingo card for a chance at exciting prizes!

Métis Bingo
A woman in full regalia dances.
Visions of Turtle Island

March 11–19, 2023
12 & 2 p.m. daily
Auditorium, Level 1

Immerse yourself in traditional Haudenosaunee culture as you enjoy a spectacular show presented by Tribal Vision Dance. 

See several traditional dances used in Indigenous pow wows on Turtle Island, hear the Haudenosaunee creation story, learn about regalia and find out more about traditional Indigenous culture.

Visions of Turtle Island
Two men with a piece of scientific equipment.
Satellites & You

March 11–19, 2023
1 p.m. & 3 p.m. daily
Studio 2, Level 2

Learn about the science of satellites during this presentation by students from York University. Find out how researchers, including Canadian scientists, are working to overcome satellite challenges like overcrowding and space junk. 

Plus, write a message that will be sent to space!

Satellites & You
Two people touch the Van de Graaff generator making their hair stand on end.
A Hair-Raising Experience

11 a.m. 1 p.m. & 3 p.m. daily
Rock Paper Science Hall, Level 6

Enjoy a classic Science Centre experience! Visit our iconic Van de Graaff Generator for a one-hour live demonstration to learn all about static electricity.

A Hair-Raising Experience