Online Virtual Events

Online Virtual Events

Online activities are

  • Suitable for an audience between 6 and 12 years old
  • Kits contain enough materials for the number of participants present (maximum of 30)
  • Offered in English and French
  • Duration: approximately 45 minutes to 1-hour, depending on the question period.



Visit our online ticket office to view all the available dates and reserve your place. 



Our online ticketing platform makes it super easy to reserve and pay for the event. All reservations can be paid with a credit card or by checks. If checks are your preferred method of payment, please contact us at [at] for more information.

1-20 participants: $100
21-25 participants: $120
26-30 participants: $130

This includes:

  • A 45-50 minute presentation live, from the museum

And a mail delivered package containing the following materials for each participant:

  • A letter of presentation from the museum's director
  • Activity sheets to follow along during the activity
  • A special colouring activity to complete after
  • A special badge
  • A postcard to remember your activity by



Virtual activity promotion imageTriceratops and dino excavation

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Dive into the world of Palaeontology and learn how we excavate, transport and study the bone fossils. We will discuss tools, where we find dinosaurs and who digs for fossils!


Please use our online ticketing system to register( link under the When? section of this page) or [at] (subject: Interest%20in%20the%20Online%20Presentations) (contact us directly by email) with any questions or comments!



In case of cancellation, please notify us before we send the documentation (the date will be confirmed at the time of booking). Any cancellation after the mailing of the documentation will result in a cancellation fee of $50 per group.

We look forward to seeing you, virtually!

Land Acknowledgement

McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

The Redpath Museum's director EDI statement.

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