Went on a Sunday afternoon. Admission was $32 for two adults and one student.
Museum is very well laid out and tells the story of our nation from early settlers to present time. Displays are well done, well taken care of, some interactive. Explanations were clear and concise.
The Labritton Gallery contained what appeared to be the castings for the Vimy Monument in France. The models were titled and a description of the original monument and restoration was there to read.
Building was sleek and modern and accessible. Guides were helpful.
Unfortunately we didn't have time to see the gallery with the art from WWI but I would go back again to see it.
There was a restaurant and gift shop, plenty of washrooms and area for coats and lockers.
I was impressed and proud of this museum.
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