The second floor is an art gallery. It has mainly Asian and Western Canadian art. Upon entry, the third floor has a wonderful short movie about the history of Alberta. At least one-fourth of the floor is an extensive exhibit of the Blackfoot Native people. There is also information of the on Aboriginal/Inuit art and culture. In addition, there is information about those that explored and assisted to grow the provence. The fourth floor has an African exhibit, a display of warrior equipment, and a VERY extensive mineral exhibit. There are minerals and natural stones from all over the world. I particularly liked the phosphorus exhibit. When you pressed the button, it turned off the lights and the colorful minerals glowed.
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