Education Programs

Education Programs for all ages!


The Museum of Health Care offers hands-on, curriculum-linked programs, guided tours, curatorial talks and lectures for:

  • Kindergarten to Grade 12

  • Post-secondary students and educators

  • Adults and seniors

  • Summer day camps

  • Community groups

We offer unique and tailor programs, all led by trained and enthusiastic educators committed to bringing Canada's healthcare story to life for you and your group!

Programming can be delievered at the Museum or at your site. We continue to offer interactive virtual education programs and curatorial sessions.

All day programming is available. 

Education Program Brochure (January 2024) (for K-12, seniors/adults, community groups etc.)

To request programming for post-secondary students, please contact us at [email protected]

Fee & Payment Options

Education Programs at the Museum: $5.00 per student/participant (Teachers/Leaders/Supervisors are free of charge!)
Outreach visits to Seniors groups: $5.00 per participant (Leaders/Supervisors are free of charge!) *Limited by location.*

Cash (day-of), cheque (via invoice), and credit card payments (online) can be accepted.

Ready to book? 

*Alternatively, Book by phone: 613-548-2419 (Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday to Friday)


Live Streaming Education Programs

The Museum of Health Care partners with Streamable Learning, an live-streaming platform that allows students across North America to experience educational programming from 50+ Museum's and Cultural Institutions right in their own classroom!

The Museum of Health Care also partners with Connected North, a virtual platform designed to foster student engagement and enhanced education outcomes in remote Indigenous communities.



Education Programs at the Museum of Health Care are supported by:

The Anna and Edward C. Churchill Foundation and the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University.



You can support the development of our many educational offerings by becoming a Museum Member.