The Secrets of Radar Museum is a lovely small museum about the history of Radar in Canada. It tells the stories and the history of the people who who helped build, develop, operate, maintain RADAR. Maya, the curator is very knowledgeable and brings history back to life. The exhibits are very good, and the descriptions are very clear. The size and weight of the WWII radar is amazing, as it is so large and very heavy. I was not aware of this part of Canada's history. It was also very interesting to hear about the beginnings of the microwave oven. Even though the museum is small, has limited opening times and is behind behind a hospital (Parkwood). it is very much worth a visit, Look at their website: http://secretsofradar.com, and you will see what a gem it is.
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