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Our tour group was taken to the museum section of the train station where we saw a replication of a Polar Bear and her cubs in a den, a standing Polar Bear, Inuit items, a Tepee, and much more. We saw a short film on...More
The ranger gave us insight into the life of people and animals living in this harsh subArctic world. Well done exhibits detail the story of Churchill and the hunting, trapping and fishing that sustain their lives.
This little museum is a fascinating place to learn about life in Hudson Bay, Canada. We had a great guide who explained about animal habits (with a fascinating exhibit on pregnant female polar bear denning) and how humans have made their living in this part...More
I visited on a late Sunday morning during some down time before a helicopter tour (Hudson Bay Helicopters - highly recommend). I was assured it was open on Sunday by 9:00 am and I walked to the front door and it was locked. I went...More
I have always found Parks Canada Visitor Centers very well done, highly informative and the park officers exceptional in their knowledge and willingness to educate the public. The visitor center in Churchill is nothing less remarkable than the ones I have already visited. I love...More
This was an evening program we attended with our NatHab tour. There was an excellent speaker, short film and a tasting of some of the unusual food and berries found in the area. Very well done. Space was limited due to the size of our...More
The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. The displays were extensive with TV/video interactions. Providing a wealth of information about the area, the people and the animals.
There is no cost to visit this center.