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The Canadian War Museum is Canada's national museum of military history. It's located west of Parliament Hill near downtown Ottawa. The museum is one of the world's most respected institutions for the study and understanding of international armed conflict. The museum provides a moving visitor experience that draws on real war stories as well as its immense collection of rare wartime artifacts and military memorabilia.
Delve into the rich human history of Canadian culture at the Canadian Museum of History. Impressive from the get-go, make sure to spend some time in the museum's architectural centrepiece, the Grand Hall, where you can enjoy views of Parliament Hill through the curving, six-storey window wall. The large totems and six Native houses connected by a Pacific Coast shoreline and boardwalk set up the rest of your journey perfectly. As you prepare to wander through the country's storied past, the exhibitions will shed light on each subject along the way.
Canada is all about nature and no trip to Ottawa is complete without a visit to the Canadian Museum of Nature, located in a beautiful castle in downtown Ottawa that once served as Canada’s Parliament. Discover all of Canada’s natural diversity over 4 floors of permanent galleries, and don't miss an excellent outdoor exhibition featuring live owls and a bald eagle.
La Grande Roue de Montréal is a Ferris wheel located at the Old Port of Montréal. Originally built to celebrate the 375th anniversary of the city, it remains the tallest Ferris wheel in Canada, and a sightseeing must while visiting Montréal.
The Tupper Lake Wild Center is an outdoor interpretive nature center situated on the shore of Little Tupper Lake, New York. The center offers a variety of interactive exhibits, programs, and activities that explore the natural history and ecology of the Adirondack region. Exhibits include a live animal display, a Nature Playground, and a Wild Walk, a one-mile elevated boardwalk through the woods. The center also offers a variety of outdoor recreation activities, such as kayaking, canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding. Additionally, the facility hosts educational programs for school groups and other visitors.
The Everson Museum of Art is for everyone, a place where community connects and inspiration surrounds you. The Everson is a museum of firsts. It was the first museum to dedicate itself to the collection of American art, to create a permanent collection of ceramics, to collect video art, to create a docent program and to hire the now internationally-known architect I.M. Pei to design its building, a sculptural work of art in its own right. The Everson is home to over 10,000 works of art: American paintings, sculpture, drawings, video, graphics and one of the largest holdings of international ceramics in the nation.
Experience a Central New York wonder like no other. WonderWorks Destiny in Syracuse has non-stop “edu-tainment,” for the whole family, with over 100+ hands-on and interactive exhibits that challenge the mind and spark the imagination. Feel the power of 71mph hurricane-force winds in the Hurricane Shack. Make life-sized bubbles in the Bubble Lab. Get the NASA treatment and experience zero gravity on the Astronaut Training Gyro.
The Saratoga Automobile Museum is located within the 2,500-acre Saratoga Spa State Park, in the heart of historic Saratoga Springs, New York. It is world-famous for its legendary one-mile thoroughbred track. The Museum’s facility is the fully restored and renovated New York State Bottling Plant, a beautiful neoclassical structure completed in 1935. The Museum sits adjacent to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and the lavish Hall of Springs event facility. Within walking distance; the National Museum of Dance, the Spa Little Theatre, and the Gideon Putnam Hotel.
The Royal Ontario Museum is a massive museum in central Toronto focused on the world of art, culture and nature. It's one of the biggest, most important museums in North America, and the largest in Canada.