This is by far the best museum I ever visited. It's massive with it's 3 floors plus one extra floor for special exhibitions.
Each floor has different themes. On the first floor they have a massive collection of Chinese, Japanese and Korean artifacts. The Chinese collection is the largest outside China.
On this level they also have a native Canadian exhibition and one exhibition from the colonial time.
Only this floor took me a couple of hours.
The second floor has an impressive dinosaur and mammals exhibition. Some of the dinosaurs and mammals are complete in real bones, while some have parts replicated or missing.
On the same level there an exhibition of all kind of animals including a bat cave (a replica of a real bat cave in Jamaica).
Here is also an exhibition of meteorites, rocks, precious minerals and gems. They are in all kind of shapes, sizes and colors. Here is also a coin made of 100 kg pure gold, worth over $1 000 000.
The third floor contains artifacts from Europe, Africa and Middle east. You find artifacts from Egypt, Rome, Greece and much much more.
The last floor is for special exhibition and right now it's the "Forbidden City". For this exhibition you have to pay an extra fee and it's also forbidden to take photos on this exhibition.
This is an absolut must see and is worth every cent. The only negative is that it's so big that it can barely be seen in one day. I needed to hurry up after the first floor and felt a bit stressed for the rest of the visit. I mean, how can you possible be able to examine millions of artifacts in one day?
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