My 13 year old son and I went here in late August 2013. We found it very interesting. A good film to start off with, talking about the natives of the past and present. It focused on a chief who had the good sense to shelter his people from the gold rush and move them outside of the city at the time. He preserved their heritage and "gave" songs and stories to their equals to a native tribe in Alaska for safe-keeping. Simply fabulous! The museum was very interesting. We were lucky enough to be there when one of the staff was making bannock bread so we got to try some. Yummy!!!!! She has won awards for it so I highly recommend it!
Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. We didn't have the time to take a guided tour so we went around the museum on our own.
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