Excellent museum, with very poignant stories & interesting artifacts & knowledgeable tour guides who do a wonderful job of personalizing the struggles and the ultimate triumphs of so many immigrants to Canada from around the globe in the 20th Century. The Museum of Immigration doesn't seem to get the public attention that it deserves. The museum spaces are easy to navigate & not overwhelmingly big nor jam packed with content. The displays are thoughtfully designed & presented (I especially liked the Canadian cultural timelines and the immigrant personal observations of cultural adjustment), and laid out to lead visitors on an historical & sometimes emotional journey through the subject matter. It is well worth a couple of hours & the admission price (be sure to ask about discounts) for visitors of all ages, even if you are not Canadian.