This is a place you will need a full day to fully experience if you truly do want to see everything. We don't have that kind of stamina and were overwhelmed after two hours, but felt full from the huge display of creative works. The First Nations carvings area is set off well by the two-story windowed room. Then as you wander among the many rooms of the museum, it becomes evident how vast the worldwide collection is. Besides the many glass display cabinets, there are perhaps hundreds of drawers of jewlery and other artifacts you can peruse. The lunch room was nothing special with limited offerings, so if you're spending the day, you may want to take a break and go elsewhere and then return. Our Waze GPS took us to the wrong parking lot which made it confusing to get to the front door of the museum; we suggest just following the signs once you get into the university grounds.