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All reviews stuffed animals great stop stretch your legs worth a stop on display nice place car park free entry interesting exhibits answered all our questions short stop british columbia nice museum canadian history off the highway under construction area
An interesting short stop on your journey through Glacier National Park. Plenty of wildlife and history to read about. Also trail /wildlife information available. Free entry if you already have a park pass.
We arrived and asked about the film that we had heard was a Must-See. We were told that the projector bulb had burned out several days before and they had not replace it! Really? The guy didn't see interested in helping us or answering questions....More
Inside Glacier NP is the Rogers Pass Discovery Center. Like many people we stopped in to use the restrooms, as it is like a Visitor's Center, with easy and accessible parking.
We showed our Canada Parks Pass, so I am unaware if there are charges...More
We stopped to use the restroom and then popped inside to the discovery centre. We needed our Park's pass to enter but were treated to a really great display and a very interesting video about bears. We ended up staying a lot longer than anticipated.
Has a small museum and you will need to have your National Parks pass to access this and the videos. They show a video called "War on the Snow" which is about 10/15 minutes and although it is probably 30 years old is very informative...More
This stop was a little bit unusual after a long three hours on a bus tour coming through on our way to the hotel or bus tour stopped at this point Little building to learn about different ways if they keep the snow from falling...More
The main feature is a film about controlling avalanches, but it is from the early 1970s. Surely it could be updated now. There were some nice stuffed animals but really not much about the history of the Park or the road and railroad sagas that...More
Stopped here on our way to Kelowna after having stayed at Banff for 3 nights
One of many stops on a long journey to next destination in an Itinerary that had included some amazing cities and scenic views
Interesting Museum which had wealth of information...More