Visitors are encouraged to explore the evolution of money and the monetary system during a visit to this somewhat quirky ... More
Visitors are encouraged to explore the evolution of money and the monetary system during a visit to this somewhat quirky museum, situated on the ground floor of the Bank of Canada building on Sparks Street. Displays focus not only on Canadian currencies, but also on those of the entire world; a highlight is a giant circular stone once used as legal tender on Yap Island in the South Pacific.
This museum was established to commemorate the men and women of Canada's armed forces. The museum's mandate is to advance
the study of Canada's military history, including the effects of war and conflict on the nation and its citizens. ...
Royal Ontario Museum incorporates a unique mix of galleries to present art, archaeological objects and scientific specimens. The museum, which
sees more than a million visitors annually, houses a collection of over six million objects on three floors. This ...
Whether you're searching for your family history or doing a serious research project, you'll find yourself fascinated by Canadian archival
heritage. Founded in 1872 to preserve Canadian history, these archives house millions of government records, text, photographs, films, maps ...