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History with in was great. Staff was great and knowledgeable, friendly. Nice facility! A bit small and could use some expansion and a little pricy for what you get, but all in all worth the time to see
Much of the information that I received here I did not know. This, in itself, made this worthwhile.
The whole display was well thought out and totally awesome to see. If you like paleontology this is a must see.
There was an informative movie that...More
Good museum -- spent about 1.5-2 hours there (including probably 1 hour of watching two films). Very family friendly but also very informative for adults. It is a good, well-designed space with good exhibits and very nice staff. (Also: The best washrooms I have ever...More
We discovered this museum and the lost sub continent of Beringia and passed a few enjoyable hours learning about the giant land sloth, short faced bear and the difference between Mammoths and Mastodons.
Our five year old loved the play area with colouring, toys and...More
Tracy, our guide, was extremely well versed in all aspects of the relatively new story of Beringia. She helped bring it to life in a way that was fun and memorable!
It ended with a fun interactive atlatl hunting activity!
I didn't know anything about "Berengia" before walking in here but it was a great way to have some interesting Yukon landscape served to me!
The tour guide Dave was very good at explaining the wildlife that once roamed the tundra here.
Everyone visiting Whitehorse...More