The highlight of the museum is of course, the "totem" poles. Do the free tour, it's worth it. The guide is very informative and gives a great overview of the museum, including lots of historical tidbits and anecdotes.
This museum is more than just the poles, and has a great interactive cataloging system that explains the plethora of objects on display.
My only complaint is the very poor signage once you are in the university on how to get to and from the museum. As an out of towner, it would be helpful to have clear public transport directions on the museum website.
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