The museum was fresh and interesting. I loved the wall-sized films.There were permanent and traveling exhibits.
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Right across from our hotel was the Musee - again with interesting and educational information regarding the history and indigenous people. In addition, there was an exhibit on Herbe who wrote the cartoon TinTin. Highly recommend it and give yourself half a day.
We thoroughly enjoyed the awesome exhibit on the human brain, as well as the more contemporary Robe of Nations. Our only disappointment was the Cats and Dogs (behavioral) exhibit was still listed in the brochure, but it had closed 2 weeks prior to our visit.
We thought this museum would have been amazing but the weather outside was so gorgeous that we decided not to spend as much time here. There seemed to be little that interested us when we were there so we spent our time outside instead.
We spent a few hours going through this museum. It had some interesting exhibits and happily filled a few hours. Worth the time to check it out.
There are a variety of exhibits here, so almost anyone who is curious about humanity on any level could find something to enjoy. The history of the province seemed short on first nations information and other things I'd like to have had more detail about...More
Good place on a damp day - nice building with plenty of exhibition space, one special about Herge, the creator of TinTin, which was actually worth paying the extra to see. We spent over 2 hours here and enjoyed what we saw.
Several exhibits were very current, for instance, one on nanotechnology. Another highlighted the Inuit and other groups originally in Canada and their contributions. Unfortunately the cafeteria was closed at his time of year.
This museum is right in Old Quebec and we decided to go there for the Tintin exhibit. It was the end of the day and we were tired of walking, so we did not explore all the floors of this museum. They had a nice...More