Hockey Night at the Museum

The Bell Capital Cup and the Canadian Museum of Nature are teaming up to bring you a night filled with hockey, education and fun!

Come and join the fun! On December 30th, 2019 all Bell Capital Cup participants are invited to attend the Canadian Museum of Nature in downtown Ottawa, where they will be playing host to the Bell Capital Cup for the night. Watch the Ottawa Senators take on the Pittsburgh Penguins on a massive projection screen with our Live Sens Watch Party! Or dance with the Ottawa Senators mascot Spartacat to music by DJ Prosper!

$15 for Kids & $20 for Adults

The List of Featured Attractions Include:

  • Museum entry includes a meal and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Ottawa Senators vs Pittsburgh Penguins Live Watch Party
  • Ottawa Senators Alumni interacting with participants
  • Ottawa Senators Hockey Programs with Power Edge Pro setup, which is used by Bell Capital Cup Alumni like Connor McDavid, John Tavares and Connor Brown
  • DJ Prosper playing music in the Queen’s Lantern
  • Ottawa Senators Street Team with Sens inflatables including Sparty Slide, Hardest Shot and the Mini Rink
  • MDRN Photobooth Company where you can make your own personalized Bell Capital Cup Hockey Card
  • Exclusive look at our Bell Capital Cup Alumni interviews with current NHL players like Connor McDavid, Petr Mrazek and Mitch Marner, among others
  • Museum of Nature Scavenger Hunt with exclusive Hockey Night at the Museum pins as prizing
  • Cash Bar Available!
  • Along with other great activations from Bell Capital Cup sponsors!

Food Options Available:

  • Burrito station with nachos
  • Penne alla Bolognese and garlic bread
  • Spiced popcorn station
  • Donut holes for dessert
  • Fruit punch and pop

Cash Bar:

  • Bar Rail: vodka, rum, gin, and rye
  • House Wine: red and white
  • Beer
All alcoholic beverages are $8.50. Photo I.D. is required as proof of age (19+), so have yours handy for the cash bar.

Bell Capital Cup – Hockey Night at the Museum made possible with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sport.