I visited this museum in April. I really enjoyed the Muslim Fashion Exhibition with the different stories of the individual Muslim women, especially the designers who came up with solutions to fill the fashion gap caused be wearing more traditional gear. The fashions were beautiful and very feminine while being modest.
The immigration portion of the museum was also interesting. I particularly enjoyed the individual stories. The exhibit of the modes of transportation for immigration also hit home for me. My father worked in a dutch transport ship that was later converted to an immigration ship, and he later used the converted ship to came to Canada instead of Australia. The backgrounds for immigration for both countries are very similar. I could picture him in the ship after seeing the exhibit.
I would recommend this museum if you have a couple of hours to spare.
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