Tours & Talks

At the Churchill Northern Studies Centre
DON'T JUST VISIT...

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If you’ve already got a visit to Churchill planned, consider taking a trip out to the Centre for an enriching addition to your adventure.

With a variety of tours and talks to choose from — both indoors and outside — you’re sure to find something that will enhance your understanding of the natural world, the Churchill area, or the effort to be sustainable in the remote subarctic. 

Green Building Tour

Enjoy a compelling journey through the history of the CNSC and its environmentally friendly 27,000 sq. ft. LEED-certified research station.

Get exclusive views with the elevated outdoor platform and the indoor Aurora dome, all while discovering the innovative features that permit unprecedented self-sustainability in Canada’s subarctic.

Add $10 per person for each additional person.

Historic Rocket Range Tour

Take a guided tour of the Churchill Rocket Range National Historic Site – built in 1954 – and learn about its ties to the Canadian Space Agency and NASA.

As the first rocket range in Canada, this site was home to extensive suborbital research, including fascinating experiments on the northern lights.  

current science presentation

  • General talk on local ecology/why the CNSC is the optimal place for a research station 
  • Overview of 4-5 research projects currently happening at the centre 

Recently added a section highlighting projects that CNSC supported during COVID-19 

current science presentation

  • General talk on local ecology/why the CNSC is the optimal place for a research station 
  • Overview of 4-5 research projects currently happening at the centre 

Recently added a section highlighting projects that CNSC supported during COVID-19 

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