Spring is in the air and at the Canada Agriculture Museum, that means baby animals are back.
The museum is now home to dozens of baby animals, including ducklings, chicks, bunnies, piglets, calves and lambs.
Marie-Sophie Désaulniers, the director of visitor experience told CFRA it's a great time for kids to learn more about the animals.
"To see a child discover animals, either for the first time or for the 50th time, the wonder in their eyes when they discover the sound, the smells, when they get to touch the animals, and they really get to feel what it's like, is really, really amazing," she said. "Then every time, we get to teach something to the parents as well."
Some 15,000 people are expected to visit the museum over the Easter Weekend.
Désaulniers said they have plenty of room and activities for kids and adults alike.
The museum is open all weekend and on Easter Monday. Activities include an Easter Egg hunt and a demonstration of Easter breads in the kitchen.