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You think you have a hard time fitting all your boots, sneakers, and
sandals in the small space at the bottom of your closet? The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto has over 10,000 pairs of shoes – ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
Critter mealtime, acrobatics, wet lab – there’s more to the Vancouver Aquarium than your average tanks of fish! British Colombia’s only “4-D” theatre is always showing films around 15 minutes long ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, January 2013
A Toronto visit isn’t complete without a trip to the Royal Ontario Museum —one
of the largest museums on the entire continent, full of artifacts from
cultures around the globe (six million of ...
Who among us hasn't fantasized about replacing a golden idol with a
bag of sand; deftly avoiding native booby traps; using a whip to escape
from Nazis; traipsing around places like the Amazon, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2012
Museums in major cities often will welcome visitors for free at the
tail-end of the day (especially on days when business tends to be
slower). In some cases, this means the museum will be, ...
Written by Hudson, USA, July 2012
Any trip to Montreal will leave your head reeling like being spun from a top – there’s so much architectural beauty to gawk at. And if architecture is your thing (or museums or environmental ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, March 2012
Sometimes the most fascinating view is found not by looking up at the stars or across a cityscape but straight beneath you – in this case, at layers of history stacked atop one another in Montreal‘s ...
Although in 1932 you’d find a Coroner’s Courtroom, morgue and autopsy
facility here on Cordova Street (Errol Flynn was once picked apart on
the top floor), nowadays it’s the much more ...
Step inside the world’s largest building and take a tour of the planes of the future! The Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Factory Tour is in Snohomish County, only two hours away from ...
The HHOF (the Hockey Hall of Fame) in Toronto
is a unique museum located in what was formerly the Bank of Montreal.
It not only contains the largest selection of hockey memorabilia in the ...
The University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver is home to, among other things, one of the most famous museums in Canada – a museum that just doubled in size in 2008 and has more ...
Written by Jessica F, March 2013
For those visiting Vancouver, the Vancouver Maritime Museum is a worthwhile attraction for learning about Canada‘s maritime history, culture and industry.Opened in 1959 and located in Vanier Park, ...
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