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This is an active site of polar bear (and other) research, so the smell of deodorants or perfume is not very welcome there - it does have an effect on the bears and wild life! Interesting to learn - upon arrival :-}
My participation in a learning vacation was rejected by the instructor on very short notice - the day before commencement. Disturbingly, my repeated requests for a full explanation where completely ignored by the person responsible. To their credit, the Centre fully refunded my course fee,...More
A wonderful construction, a beautiful space, there is amazing research being undertake. By scientists who come from around the world. Gives u an appreciation for how much is still unknown
Gift shop pretty good too
Outstanding advanced research center. Leeds certified and built for Arctic temperatures, the building itself is almost as interesting as the extensive environmental and oceanic studies that go on year around. Great place for internships for college and grad students, during both summer and winter. Outstanding...More
We went on my life dream trip to see the polar bears excellent teaching about Makro and Mikro ecology of the arctic very good program for one week , very friendly locals , one can experience they are enjoying their job
The Churchill Northern Studies Centre was a fascinating place to visit and to tour. The outside of the building is built in a fashion to prevent the Polar Bears from trying to climb it. It has it own Aurora Dome for viewing the Northern Lights...More
We went to CNSC as part of Road Scholar Northern Study trip. The dorm accommodations were surprisingly comfortable, very clean and the facilities very close to the rooms. Despite-50’F outside, the center was comfortable. The food was excellent,the cook deserves 5 stars. We even had...More
We stayed at the CNSC for five nights as part of a learning vacation. We came to see the Northern Lights, which we did four of the nights we were there, including a spectacular all-sky display midway through our trip. However, in addition to seeing...More
One of the highlights of our trip to Northern Lights in Churchill. This Center is amazing and the researchers are very kind and knowledgeable. We had a tour of the facility and were blown away. They also have a dome for viewing the NL.
Response from GrantCNSC | Property representative |
All of our rooms have 2 bunk beds, which means there may be up to 4 people in a room. Visitors to the CNSC can request a bottom bunk, or a room for just 2 people, and we will try our best to fulfill this request, but we... More
All of our rooms have 2 bunk beds, which means there may be up to 4 people in a room. Visitors to the CNSC can request a bottom bunk, or a room for just 2 people, and we will try our best to fulfill this request, but we cannot guarantee this.
Response from albany007 | Reviewed this property |
Cloud coverage is hardly ever a problem in Churchill. We get some fog when the temperatures on the Bay and on the land are different, but that's not an issue in February. Generally there has been great success in viewing the... More
Cloud coverage is hardly ever a problem in Churchill. We get some fog when the temperatures on the Bay and on the land are different, but that's not an issue in February. Generally there has been great success in viewing the Aurora January - March.