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Our visit was interesting, which was aided by a very enthusiastic guide. She outlined the history of the town, demonstrated the quality of the various animal skins and showed us some of the exhibits.
A must see exhibit.
Came here as part of a booked group for a talk, the centre was smallish,but had some nice displays, and some interesting info booklets/ news sheets. Personally I didn’t get to spend too long here as I had too rush off for a scheduled helicopter...More
A great place to visit and learn about Northern Canada. We easily spent an hour here and would have spent longer if our guide had not been called to the front desk. If going to Churchill, stop here first
This is a visitors information centre cum mini museum cum railway station. You can get maps and tourist brochures from the helpful staff.
The museum is interesting and has a video presentation. It outlines the history of Churchill and there is gigantic size preserved bear.
This is a great stop, particularly if you can schedule your visit to get a presentation. In this case, the presenter was Florence (Denea), a native of the town and part of the First Nation culture. The history of her people and it’s relation to...More
Our Parks Service ranger named Dennis Grayeyes gave an excellent presentation on the culture and lives of indigenous people in the Churchill area. Lots of interesting facts and a fine sense of humor. Only problem was the size of the room for our Tauck Tour...More