THE CAETANI CENTRE IS CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Until July 2, 2021
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Contact our Centre a minimum of three weeks ahead of time to organize your visit. Program space is often limited, so we encourage you to contact us as early as possible.
TO BOOK YOUR VISIT
Purchase your ticket on TICKETSELLER.CA
INFORMATION READY WHEN YOU CALL
Number of participants, grade level(s), language preference (English or French)
Preferred and alternate activities, dates and times
Name, complete mailing address, telephone, email and fax number of group leader
Payment information; credit card number and expiry date
A reservation confirmation will be sent to you. To confirm your booking, you must sign and return the confirmation within five days.
GROUP ADMISSION AND SCHOOL PROGRAM FEES
School Visits TBA
There is no charge for schools that cancel due to inclement weather. Under all other circumstances, our Centre must be notified in writing two weeks before any change or cancellation of reservation. If changes or cancellations are not communicated at least two weeks before your program date, the program’s total cost will be charged to the credit card number provided when the booking was made.
The Caetani office is open from Monday to Friday 9 am to 4:30 pm, please call (250) 275-1525.
We recommend that your group arrives a minimum of 10 minutes before the scheduled start of your program. In the event of inclement weather or other unexpected delays, please call en route to advise our Centre at (250) 275-1525. Once your group arrives, please have one of your representatives check in at the office. Students will receive a brief welcome and orientation to the Museum before proceeding with their visit or program.
Teachers and parent helpers have an important role to play. We rely on your support to keep the group together during your program or tour, to solve any discipline problems that may arise, and to participate in smaller group work.
It is important for students and chaperones to understand your expectations of their behaviour while they are on a field trip. In addition to your own requirements, please review the behavior guidelines listed here with your students and chaperones at school before you leave. Not only are chaperones responsible for the behaviour and safety of the students, they help shape each student’s learning experience during the museum visit.
It is important for all students follow these simple rules:
- Stay with your group. Students and their adult chaperone must stay together at all times.
- Be courteous and respect other visitors, WiR/AiRs and Residents. Visitors are not allowed to eat or drink in the museum exhibitions. Food may only be eaten in the [Community Room] or outside on our picnic tables.
- Students must be accompanied by a chaperone and are expected to use appropriate behavior. Please follow guidelines or students will be asked to modify their behaviour, and in some situations may be asked to leave. We will follow up with a school administrator regarding incidents of unacceptable behavior.
Currently the Museum is not fully accessible. Should your group have any special needs, please mention them when you make your booking.
Not sure what program best suits your needs? Please call (250) 275-1525 to request further details about a particular program.