Event Series Electric Pickle

Electric Pickle

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

When an electric current passes through a pickle, the current will excite sodium ions. The result? A glowing pickle!

Singing Bowls

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Explore the properties of sound with singing bowls!

Squishy Circuits

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Explore conductors and insulators as you tinker with electricity through the creation of circuits.

Drop-In Cookie Decorating

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Join us for Drop-In Cookie Decorating, happening daily from December 18-29* Learn from the pros from Origins Kitchen and come decorate your own cookies! Time: 1:30 pm Limited availability: Only 15 tickets per day, first-come, first-served Price: $5.00 +GST (in addition to the price of admission) *closed December 25th

Event Series Electric Pickle

Electric Pickle

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

When an electric current passes through a pickle, the current will excite sodium ions. The result? A glowing pickle!

We’re open on New Year’s Day

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Happy New Year! We are open from 9am to 5pm today. See you soon!

Event Series Homeschooler Monday

Homeschooler Monday

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Primary (Ages 5-8): Squishy Circuits Intermediate (Ages 9-12): Coding with Micro:bits   Join our education staff for an hour of self-directed learning in our galleries followed by an hour-long school program. You are then welcome to enjoy a catered lunch in our Gaia Gallery, or to explore the museum galleries with your child(ren). We ask […]

BC Family STEAM Day

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

All day long, folks of all ages are invited to partake in free, fun, and educational STEAM activities as part of our third annual BC Family STEAM Day! Join us on Family Day for free activities, like the Nature Exchange Scavenger Hunt, engineering with KEVA, constructing simple machines using hydraulics, origami, special science showcases, and […]

What Does Chad Have?

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Celebrate BC Heritage Week with a journey back in time! Join Assistant Curator Chad and dive into the sounds of history, exploring artifacts from our collection, including vintage phonographs, classic radios, and more. Discover the stories behind these pieces of technology and the impact they had on communication and entertainment. Tune in, turn up the […]

Cursive Handwriting Workshop

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Celebrate BC Heritage Week with a journey back in time! Our Education team is offering a cursive writing workshop, where you can discover (or rediscover) the art of penmanship that connected generations.   Don't miss this unique opportunity to embrace a piece of our heritage️!

Event Series Homeschooler Monday

Homeschooler Monday

The Exploration Place 333 Becott Place, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Primary (Ages 5-8): Strawberry DNA Intermediate (Ages 9-12): Owl Pellet Dissection Join our education staff for an hour of self-directed learning in our galleries followed by an hour-long school program. You are then welcome to enjoy a catered lunch in our Gaia Gallery, or to explore the museum galleries with your child(ren). We ask that […]

International Women’s Day: Inga Andersen

The Exploration Place: Ted Williams History Centre

March 8 is International Women's Day Assistant Curator Chad will be showcasing some artifacts and photos as he talks about famed Prince George dancer Inga Andersen. During WWII, Inga served officially as an entertainer with the British Army, but unlike many fellow entertainers, she performed for the troops at the front lines. She often used […]