This was one of those let's stop and check it out kind of experiences and we were not really sure what to expect. As it turns out the ship is pretty amazing and the restoration work that has been done to it is beautiful. If you take the time to stop and read all the signs you get the full picture of the history of the area and the ship. It was a little strange to see other exhibits inside the ship, including a model railway layout, a room dedicated to local photography and another dedicated to the local hockey team but all in all worth the change you spend to tour it. My only issue with the boat was that the staff did not seem very willing to engage us past asking for our money.
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