Your experience begins with a multi-media show in a theater that includes actual city ruins as the floor. The presentation can be heard in French or English, to get your cross-cultural juices flowing. (The language is aimed at grade-schoolers--try the French, you might get it if you've had any training in the language at all!) Most of the acreage is devoted to an excavation of the ruins of an early cemetery. This is underground, dark, and could be a little creepy if it weren't so well lit. There are great signs in English and French explaining all. The restaurant here is exceptional, see my separate review. There is a lovely gift shop, housed in a significant building in its own right. The shop has many Made in Canada items. This museum is well worth your time, of the place and yet different.
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