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Had a great lecture called the 3 bears of Wapusk, and learnt a lot at that time. The centre is very well setup in the old CN train station. Hopefully Churchill will soon have it's rail services back and lessen prices for commodities for the...More
This Parks Canada centre is located in the train station. They have wonderful interactive displays throughout the building. The staff are great and very informative. It is free to look at the building and displays.
Excellent resource. Good display to walk through with interesting videos. Staff are very friendly and helpful. They act as guides at Sloop Cove and the Fort for local tour companies such as Sea North. Also set up a tour of Cape Merry for the two...More
We were fortunate enough to receive a very interesting talk on the socio-political history of Churchill and environs. It was almost as if the museum displays were an added bonus. Worth a quick stop in, for sure.
Went there twice as I enjoyed it immensely the people who worked there were very knowledgeable and friendly. They told us all about the plight of the train as well as interesting facts about the area and the movement of the Dene Indians. Loved it.
A great place to stop early into your visit to Churchill. You can learn a lot from the friendly, helpful staff. We got tips about Churchill and more importantly about Polar Bear safety. They also have very interesting exhibits to peruse.
Our tour group was taken to the museum section of the train station where we saw a replication of a Polar Bear and her cubs in a den, a standing Polar Bear, Inuit items, a Tepee, and much more. We saw a short film on...More
The ranger gave us insight into the life of people and animals living in this harsh subArctic world. Well done exhibits detail the story of Churchill and the hunting, trapping and fishing that sustain their lives.