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Galerie d'art Au P'tit Bonheur
Art Galleries, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Art Galleries, Speciality Museums
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Bell Island's Mine Museum and Underground Tour Bell Island
Our excellent guide, Geraldine, took us on a brief tour of the museum and its fascinating artifacts and articles, then led us below to relate the history and work of the people at the mines on Bell Island.
He had many fun and interesting stories straight from his grandfathers who worked in the mine making both the museum tour and underground in the mine fascinating and wonderful.
Musee canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze Granby
Everything is beautifully presented and the gentleman who gives the tour and takes care of this museum collection is so knowledgeable and friendly.
Pierre Gravel and his team have put a ton of heart and soul into this small museum, which boasts 2000+ firearms (including 2 bronze cannons that are historically significant to Quebec City).
Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad Osoyoos
Amazing exhibition The incredible detail and passion that has gone into creating this museum is first class They have thought of every "life" scenario to exhibit A must see if you visit Osoyoos
An amazing miniature train museum, lovingly done by a wonderful couple.
Galerie d'art Au P'tit Bonheur La Malbaie
Better than a museum!
Erabliere Boily Sainte-Famille
Trekcetera Museum Drumheller
I have been to many and various types of museums all over the world (you can check out a few of them I have reviewed previously).
The museum is beautifully organized, the two owners are knowledgeable and informative, there are Star Trek backgrounds for photo ops, and there is a little gift shop as well.
Perivale Gallery Spring Bay
Royal Tyrrell Museum Drumheller
Tucked away in a "rural" part of southern Alberta, the Royal Terrell Museum has to be one of the most outstanding dinosaur museums in the world.
I love museums and this one is fantastic, right in the heart of the "badlands" where many of the fossils were actually found.
Le Village Historique Acadien de la Nouvelle-Ecosse Lower West Pubnico
We always enjoy outdoor ethnographic museums and this place does it well!
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this charming living museum and what made it so special were the lovely welcoming staff and the knowledge and friendliness of the interpreters of Acadien life from a bygone age.
Barbie Expo Montreal
If you are any of the following, you must visit this collection: Graphic Designer Architect Interior Designer Fashion lover Fashion designer Collector, any kind of collector Museum lover Artist Art lover History l...
We stumbled upon the Barbie museum whilst wandering the streets of Montreal and I am so pleased we did!
Newfoundland Insectarium Reidville
It was a terrific museum, with knowledgable and friendly staff.
Museum staff was super friendly, too.
Stones 'n Bones Museum Sarnia
The collections are top notch and contain specimens that rival what I have seen in elite museums.
My family has been to many Natural History Museums on the East coast of the US.
Acadian Historical Village Caraquet
Set in its own grounds as a historical monument to the acadianne way of life this living museum forms part of Canada's history which shaped the new Canada by migrant from France.
The Acadian Village was much more than a trip to a museum; it was an experience.
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The SS Keewatin Port McNicoll
Then other patrons can view the museum and talk at the same time without disturbing the tours.
Canadian War Museum Ottawa
The Canadian War Museum is spectacular - the best I have toured (and that includes the Imperial War Museum in London and the WWI and WWII museums in France, Belgium and Italy).
When visiting Ottawa, Canada's capital city, there are many unique and fascinating historical sites, museums, art galleries, concerts, and parks to visit.
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Haida Heritage Centre at Kay Llnagaay Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands)
A myriad of artifacts, many ones which had been formerly in other world museums, show the rich culture of the Haida.
In bringing all of these aspects together as it does – through the Haida Gwaii Museum, Carving House, Canoe House, Performance House, Eating House (excellent, excellent food!), Bill Reid Teaching Centre plus other...
U'mista Cultural Centre Alert Bay
The facility appears every bit as controlled and regulated as the big museums but in a more friendly and approachable space.
The Potlatch room and other displays told the story of these people and the return of their sacred artifacts after being shipped for a century and more to museums across North America.
Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site Louisbourg
If you like history or museums or you just want to make history come alive for your kids, then a trip to Fortress Louisbourg should be added to your bucket list.
Have traveled afar and this venue is one of the best Living Museums in the world!
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Cape Breton Miners' Museum Glace Bay
After the tour we had lunch at the museums restaurant --food and service was great--cozy and beautifully decorated.
The museum provided vivid picture of the impact of the coal industry on life in Cape Breton, with great insights into labour politics, economics, and - most importantly - the life of the miners and their families.
Reynolds-Alberta Museum Wetaskiwin
The cost of both museums is included in one price so it is quite a deal for a day trip or if you are passing through Westaskiwin, it is enjoyable for both kids and adults alike.
If you're into cars, or anything car related, like driving, lifestyles of the rich and famous, history, or style, then you'll need lots of space on your camera when you visit this museum.
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum Mount Hope
We have visited other aviation museums in other countries and some are larger and better equped but I feel this is a gem in our back yard.
This is one of the best museums that you will experience.
Leo Mol Sculpture Garden Winnipeg
There is a little museum as well where you can see the smaller versions of the larger sculptures and watch a little video.
You also must see the museum featuring the artist whom the garden is named for.
Niagara on the Lake Heritage District Niagara-on-the-Lake
The architecture is variated European, lots to visit and see *cafes, hotels, museums, art galleries, national and historic sites, restaurants, parks, B & B's, etc.) in this special town on the Canadian shores of O...
There are a lot of historical museums and winery to visit on the way.
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Greenwich Interpretation Centre Saint Peters Bay
The Whale Centre Tofino
Very accomodating, well organized and the museum is a plus!
Museum fascinating too.
Western Development Museum Saskatoon
It's on par with the best museums we've been (in much larger cities) that feature re-creations of early 1900s towns.
It looks like it's one of these small museums you go trough within an hour.
Canadian Canoe Museum Peterborough
I have visited various international & world class museums throughout the world and in my personal opinion this is a must see when visiting this town.
Having visited many small museums was expecting a lot less and was pleasantly surprised at the number and quality of the displays.
Mirabella by Elizabeth Burry Studios Trinity
Royal BC Museum Victoria
Displays were supported by tools; video and exquisite functional/decorative objects unrivalled by other Museums of Anthropology that address the sophisticated and sustainable lives of these families.
I have been going to this museum since I was a child, they change displays often ,bringing in special displays King Tut etc, if you enjoy museums you will love this one, wear comfy shoes and spend the day !
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The Rooms St. John's
I've been to museums all over the world but The Rooms is really a standout with an exceptionally designed building and well presented historical and contemporary artifacts and artwork.
Lots of quality information in the historical museums; I very much enjoyed the Gerald Squires art gallery (not permanent)/