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You will see from traditional farming tools to touchscreen games/infos about grains.
Admission: you can donate or you can go in for free.
Pro: Curator Jim Furnald shows up to explain how grain produces are delivered for shipment.
Con: The location of Grain Academy Museum was rather confusing because there are BMO buildings in downtown Calgary, and there is an agriculture building at Victoria Park/Stampede. To go to Grain Academy Museum, get off at Victoria Park/Stampede LRT Station. This museum is located at the second level of the BMO center. If you are at the first level of the BMO center, find "Calgary Stampede Showband." Calgary Stampede Showband is a rack of trophies. Near the Calgary Stampede Showband, you'll see a ramp. Go up the ramp. The museum is on your left side on the second level. When I asked Canadians about the museum's location at Victoria Park/Stampede LRT Station, they said they didn't have the slightest idea at all.
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