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Where to Go: The Top 5 Museums To Visit When You're In Canada

Are you exhausted doing loads of paperwork and a lot of work responsibilities? If you do, take a break. Traveling will be a great way to relieve all your exhaustion due to work and other life battles. You deserve to have some leisure time to enjoy the beauty of the world.

There’s a lot of places which offer excellent experiences and beautiful views to help you enjoy your ‘me time’. If you wish to visit places where works of scientific specimens, arts or other things of permanent value are displayed and kept, museums are the best place for you.

As such, Canada is a good starting point to commence such adventure as this country houses five world-renowned museums.

The Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta, Canada
If you want to discover more about the evolution of dinosaurs that you’ve only seen in movies, the Royal Tyrrell Museum can offer you more than that. Since 1985, the Royal Tyrrell Museum has given people access to discover more about the evolution of the dinosaurs.

Alberta has long been known to harbor rich fossil specimens of dinosaurs and other creatures. The Royal Tyrrell Museum has collections of hundreds of these fossils and dozens of skeletons to prove that dinosaurs did exist. The museum offers an impressive amount of education about the dinosaurs and all the animals and plants that lived along with them.

It also proudly displays a live reef, paleontological excavations and 40 mounted skeletons including the specimens of some Dinosaurs featured in the movie Jurassic Park-like Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops, and Stegosaurus.

The Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts In Montreal, Quebec
Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts is Canada’s First Museum and Still one of its top-rated museums to visit. If you are traveling around Canada, you don’t want to miss Canada’s best collections of classic and contemporary visual arts in this museum.

The museum features arts from the renowned first nations’ artist and European impressionist. The rich collections of the museum have six divisions distributed in the five pavilions of the museum complex.

The Canadian Museum For Human Rights, Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
The Canadian Museum For Human Rights is the fifth national museum in Canada where you can explore and learn more about human rights. If you want to feed yourself with further knowledge about human rights regardless of nationality and religion, this museum is the best place to go.

The museum also aims to engage not only Canadians but all the global visitors in a mutual and engaging experience that offers tools and inspirations to make a change in the lives of others.

The Hockey Hall Of Fame in Toronto, Ontario Canada
If you are a big fan of ice hockey, you’ll put on top of your bucket list visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame in Canada. It is an ice hockey museum dedicated to the history of ice hockey. Hockey is a big thing in Canada. The sport is revered in the country, the same way that basketball is in the Philippines and football in Brazil.

The Hockey Hall of Fame museum commemorates Canada’s all-time favorite sport and all the athletes who contributed to the game. The museum holds exhibits about the teams, players, and the national hockey league records and trophies.

Perhaps one of the most prominent legends featured in the hockey hall of fame is Wayne Gretzky. Wayne Gretzky a.k.a. “The Great One” is known to be the greatest hockey player to ever live. He holds more than 60 records in the National Hockey League and retired as the league’s top scorer with over 2,500 points. People who love and appreciate sports will be captivated during their visit.

Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, Ontario Canada
War will always be in the history of any country. If you want to discover the war history of Canada, you’ll love to take a trip to the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario. The museum covers all the aspects of Canada’s military past.

From the very first instance of death by armed violence to the most recent battle, you’ll see a lot of events and items with great historical significance. The significant exhibitions of Canada’s honoring and remembrance will always be in this museum.

Author’s Tips
When visiting the museums and places mentioned above, make sure that you follow proper decorum and avoid being rowdy. It would be best if you’re on your best behavior as any damage to the items in those museums can make you liable.

You should also wear proper clothing, Omega Speedmaster, and other accessories that are safe to bring into the museum. It’s also best to avoid touching anything, as the chemical composition on the skin can ruin sensitive material.

Museums will always be worthy of your time. Give yourself some leisure time to relax and experience the things that life can offer. Travel all you can, it may cost you some fortune, but you’ll gain unforgettable experiences and memories. Canada holds some of the world’s most renowned artworks. To get a view of these works of art, it’s best that you visit the museums mentioned above.

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