Visited this summer and saw their excellent display about the 100 year storm. Despite being from Kingston, I didn't know too much about the shipping and shipyards, so was happy to have a lot to learn. Some of the displays are sun-faded, but there is half a day's worth of information and entertainment inside the museum.
Cap off your visit with a walking tour of the Alexander Henry. Be sure to visit all the decks and imagine yourself breaking throught the ice rocking side to side or having dinner with the crew, or tea with the captain! Make sure you come down the stairs backwards like a ladder as they are pretty steep!
My son, who is 9, is quite interested in the canallers and lakers, and found much to entertain him as well.
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