The entrance was a voluntary donation suggested for 5 dollars. in a very nice well distributed, small location, ideal for exhibits, by the way had two of them from two Canadian artist going on just on the left wing to the main exhibit room: Toni Bloom with his land buoy exhibit and Oscar Cahen with his cartoons. I found both very unique and very interesting. Because its a petite size museum you can take time and enjoy reading without been afraid not seeing it all, although you might feel always tempted to rush yourself and go outdoors but we were there during a rainy morning so it was just perfect. The permanent exhibit is a nice depicted passage of the origin and interactions between the native settlers and explores of the city of Banff. We enjoyed our stayed and finishing it at the gift shop which has art from local artist and artisans which could make the visit even more meaningful if you buy one of those little pieces of art this magnificent national park has inspired.
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