Even if you are not a fan or follower of First Nations arts and crafts, this gallery presents a wonderful opportunity to view beautiful art, in general, as well as to learn about the history of the early peoples of western (present day) Canada. The gallery is a perfect size to completely enjoy in an hour or two (or three if you watch the videos that are offered) yet you won't get the feeling that it was not worth the reasonable fees. And, the gallery is a not-for profit so your nominal investment really does support the arts, too. The descriptions accompanying the exhibits are well written and enhance what is being viewed. The staff is friendly and well informed about the museum contents. And, the gift shop has something for every budget. As with any gallery, it might not be the best place to take very young children, but most any school-age child should find it interesting. The gallery is easy to walk to from the harbor area, for example, and is located in what appears to be a very safe and well 'populated' area. There are also many great restaurants of all varieties within an easy walk. Highly recommended!