Culture of Canada 7 Canada-Top Museum for tourists

While the new Canada history and lack of presence was recognized in the international art scene makes it difficult to ride and the country came to feature on a list like this recently TripAdvisor "Top 10 Art Museums", Canada is a great place for dogs looking for interesting, unique culture, and contemporarily relevant arts and exhibitions.

Here are just a few of the major museum of Canada:

The Royal British Columbia Museum (Victoria, BC) placed the human history and the natural coastline of British Columbia at the forefront. Visitors can visit the main historical border path, explore the coastal ecosystem diorama, and learn about First Nations people through artifacts and totem. The Royal BC Museum also hosts many of the world's finest travelling exhibitions — like the Titanic exhibit, and the mysteries of Egypt.

The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, BC) offers one of the most authentic performances on the original art in the world. The Museum itself was built to resemble a traditional Longhouse (with two more on the back), and houses an outstanding collection of art of the Northwest native and totem.

Regarded by many as the finest museums in the country, the Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto, Ontario) offers endless galleries of art and culture as varied as dinosaurs, Chinese temple art, the statues of the Roman, and the Middle East mosaic.

The Musée des Beaux-Arts (Montreal, Quebec) is the first museum in Canada dedicated exclusively to art, and still one of the best of it. Artworks range from being produced in the middle ages right through the second half of the 20th century.

Museum of archaeology and history (Montreal, Quebec) offer to local history in striking structure on the banks of modernistik View-Montreal, the place where the first European settlement was put down roots. This Museum, with its collection of fragments of pottery, tools, glass bottles, and the pipeline belonging to the different settlers during the history of the region, is a great way to begin to reconcile past and present that seem to battle it out in the history-rich environment.

The Canadian Museum of Civilization Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario) is a visually stunning museum designed by the renowned architect Douglas Cardinal's original. Offers the most comprehensive history of Canada one museum, with different room reserved for the exhibition marking the first nation's history, the Vikings who came to Canada, the whalers who established country, and through different and settler society. Also on offer is a children's Museum, the Museum of the post, and the IMAX Theater.

The Musée de la Civilisation in Quebec (Quebec City, Quebec) is probably the most exciting one of the listed museums. Opened in 1988, the museum boasts a spectacular setting designed beautiful and physical presence, very suitable for home five permanent and six temporary exhibitions that it contains. With a broader focus than many museums, the Musée de la Civilisation seems only intent on offering what was interesting, relevant, and Canada ... From the exhibition at the Vikings to blue. Especially impressive is "their Memoires" and "meetings with the United Nations first" exhibit, but all exhibitions-both permanent and temporary-informative, entertaining, and interactive, making for a totally enthralling experience.