Images of the Museum and the Permanent exhibits

The Canadian Museum of History is Canada’s largest and most popular museum. Designed by Métis architect Douglas Cardinal, the Museum is an architectural masterpiece located on the banks of the beautiful Ottawa River in Hull, Quebec, directly across from Parliament Hill. Devoted to exploring Canadian history, culture and art and of celebrating the civilizations of the world, the Museum attracts over 1.3 million visitors per year with spectacular permanent exhibitions such as the Grand Hall and the First Peoples Hall and a panoply of changing special exhibitions. The ever-popular Canadian Children`s Museum and a state-of-the art IMAX theatre make the Canadian Museum of History one of the premier cultural facilities of the twentieth century.

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