On that day, we went to the Museum of Civilization by bus for free and visited the Museum of Civilization for free. Usually there are few people on the way out, and the car is better than in San Francisco. It is estimated that the whole city will go out on National Day. Everywhere there are people, it is very busy. We queued for more than an hour in the museum and did not enter the exhibition hall. The children advised us to come back at regular cost.
The Canadian Museum of Civilization is the most visited museum in Canada. The indoor totem exhibition in the museum is the largest in the world. The museum is open all year round and has many visitors. Standing behind the museum, you can also see the Capitol Building and the St. Lawrence River. The scenery is very beautiful and worth seeing.
Although Canada is vast, most of the land is located in the Arctic frigid zone, and in such a terrain environment, there are also many special animal and plant landscapes, such as white polar bears, Elk with a huge horn, etc. This Museum has detailed models and text descriptions.
The building combines modern glass curtain walls with ancient decorative walls, and the massive reconstruction process gives a panoramic view of the Ottawa River. Here is a relatively complete display of Canadian ethnic and cultural history, including immigrant culture, Imax Cinema can not be missed.
It's still worth visiting. You can see IMAX movies, totem exhibitions of local indigenous people, and some superb exhibits in the Children's Museum.