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What a gem this is! Start in the museum with an interesting video and a self guided tour of the local Indigenous 11,000 year history.
Then head out to the recreated village with its entry maze and (sadly run down) long house.
The docent we...More
This place used to be nice. There is nothing left outside. The only longhouse they have is falling apart and not even built as per native did back then.
The gift shop is small and very pricy.
This is not worth the $5 at all.......More
Stumbled on this place completely by accident. I’m so glad I did, I an absolute treasure. The display, consisting of artifacts from the local area dating back to the paleo era, was informative and well put together. Plus the staff are all well informed, helpful...More
This museum is not the easiest to find, and is not extremely large, but seems to do the best with its limited resources. The exhibits themselves are pretty straightforward, but they do well with the recreated village and the virtual reality portions of the museum....More
This is a small museum in the eastern suburbs of London, with a well-done exhibit on the First Nations people who lived in the area prior to the arrival of Europeans. There is a digital video that presents a virtual tour of a long house...More
We felt that our visit here was well worthwhile. Our small group of three was shown around by a very knowledgeable guide. Two of our group tried the virtual reality experience and found it quite interesting. At the time of our visit there was a...More
We visited The Museum of Ontario Archaeology in September of 2014 and then again during March break of this year (2017). It seems they are working to improve it. They have recently added a virtual reality feature which we have not used. In March we...More