A wonderful museum with so much depth of information and displays. There are interactive displays where you can hear eye witness accounts; rare photographs such as Cdn militiamen at the Boer War of 1899; life sized models; actual footage from Seminal moments in Canadian history such as the D-Day landings; photos, soldiers's letters and diaries, soldier uniforms through the ages, primitive battlefield medical kits, 3D models of actual battlefields. There are also volunteers and actual Veterans that'll provide more personalized info. Also, it was wonderful to try on WWI era helmets and do a walk through of a dingy, dark WWI trench. There are actual tanks at the lebreton gallery and the actual Mercedes car used by Hitler! Be prepared to spend at least 3hrs here, as there's a wealth of info that you don't want to miss (comfy shoes and water bottles are a must). Seeing Canada's development into an independent and democratic nation and seeing it's contribution in major wars throughout the last 300 years that has shaped world history and politics, is fascinating! We visited on Canada Day so we had free admission!
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