The Canadian Automotive Museum is a family-friendly venue with a activities and events for all-ages. Children under 5 to to teenagers are capitivated by the cars on display.
Family & Children's Activities
Whether you are on a family road trip across Canada or visiting from north Oshawa, the Canadian Automotive Museum is a great place to bring the kids. The museum's collection of cars captivates children from under 5 to teenagers. Activities and worksheets are available in the galleries to keep family members of all attention spans entertained.
Children's Crafts and Activity Days
During Family Day, March Break, Kids Day, Doors Open Oshawa, and Winter Break at the Canadian Automotive Museum families can take part in special crafts and activities. Children can make a race car crafts, enjoy holiday activity sheets, and test their riddle-solving skills on Scavenger Road. Visit our events page for more information on upcoming activity days.
Take a guided tour of the Canadian Automotive Museum galleries with one of our knowledgeable guides. Guided tours are available daily throughout the summer months and on Saturdays year-round. Afraid your children don't have the attention span? Our guides bring the collection to life with exciting stories of high speed races, daring criminals, and more than a few comical characters. Special themed tours are also available throughout the year with topics including Spooky Halloween stories and Romantic Valentines tales. Visit our events page for more information on upcoming guided tours and special events at the Canadian Automotive Museum.
The perfect family photo
Take a picture in our mini-Buick or a full-sized 1926 Chevrolet Depot Hack in the lobby. Kids will enjoy this unique historical experience. and parents will garner loads of social media likes.
Spend a Day with the kids in Oshawa
There's tons for families to do in downtown Oshawa. Grab lunch while you are downtown at one of Oshawa's great local restaurants and head to another of Oshawa's great local attractions. These include the Ontario Regiment Museum where children can get up close with real military tanks, the Oshawa Community Museum for fun 19th century activities, and artistic adventures at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. Check out a list of other local museums on our nearby attractions page.