Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum Iqaluit
Where are we going today?
The Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum is filled with so many fascinating exhibits and artifacts that showcase regional and local Inuit life, art, and culture, that it's the perfect way to immerse kids in an important part of Canadian history and culture.
The Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum might be difficult to pronounce to most, but it certainly will give all visitors an easy day out of learning!
And do you want to hear one of the best aspects? It's FREE - and we LOVE that!
Kids can explore regional collections of historic pottery, ceramics, and porcelain, as well as ivory and bone carvings, and even textiles and tapestries!
Have you ever wanted to really see how the Inuits lived? Then don't miss those period costumes too!
The museum also has archaeological collections blended with social history exhibits, which is great for those little ones so they can really understand the concept of ancient history, and time.
Kids will can also enjoy learning through the multi media exhibits that include film and video offerings, photography and artwork elements, plus fun collections of vintage toys, games and masks.
Iqaluit is an amazing part of Canada to explore, and it may be remote, but there is still SO much family fun to be had, so why not escape to a beautiful city, with beautiful history!
How much does it cost?
When can we go?
Give them a call for times to check
Give them a call if you want to take about students visiting - they will be happy to help!.
Grab something to eat in the local area - there is plenty to enjoy!.
Any Top Tips?
Allow a couple of hours to see and read everything.
Need a little extra help?
Special Needs Facilities are on offer including wheelchair access..
Can I get one of those?
There is a gift shop so make sure you take that pocket money and take something great home with you!.
What people are saying?
by Lotus Cedar
Don't miss this museum when you are in Iqaluit. It is located within walking distance of "downtown". There is a small exhibit and lots of beautiful art work by local artisans or those in the region. I have no idea who the owner is, but assume the individual(s) is a supporter of the Inuit communities and their culture.