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Best Museums In Canada You Need To Visit

Museum is a place that makes you aware of your culture and you get to learn something new every time you visit a museum. Different museums have different things from which you can see and absorb the newness. These are some of the best museums in Canada that you must see on your trip Canada.
Royal Alberta Museum
Located in Downtown Edmonton, Alberta, Royal Alberta Museum is a human and natural history museum. Royal Alberta Museum claims that it is the largest in western Canada, with collection divide into 4 main categories that is Life Science, Earth Science, Human History and Collections Services
Museum of Anthropology
MOA is not only very aesthetically pleasing to eyes but also has world’s largest collection of works by artist Bill Reid. With about 50,000 ethnographic objects and 535,000 archaeological objects it has to be a major tourist attraction.
Royal Ontario Museum
Royal Ontario Museum is largest museum in Canada and one of the largest in Northern America. Situated in Toronto, ROM is museum of art, world culture and natural history with 5 important galleries archaeology, geology, paleontology, mineralogy and zoology.,
Art Gallery of Ontario
Another one of the largest museum of Northern America with collection of about 90,000 works of art. Just like the museum is filled with art, the museum is itself an art. The museum is Canada's  innovative cultural place with Inuit works and different contemporary arts.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The main objective of the museum is explore the subject of human rights with a special but not exclusive reference to Canada, to enhance the public's understanding of human rights, to promote respect for others and to encourage reflection and dialogue.
Canadian Museum of Immigration
This museum is one of a kind, here you you get to see image collection of all scanned newspaper clippings, immigration related documents and ship memorabilia and is a house of  2,000 stories, 500 oral history interviews, 700 donated books, 300 films and scans of immigration and WWII documents
Canadian War Museum
Canadian War Museum is renowned not just for its study and understanding of armed conflict but for its architecture worldwide. There are interactive presentations in the museum to showcase Canada's rich military history and also various stories, artwork, photographs and a collection of 13,000 works of art from World War I.
Remai Modern
A public art museum located in Saskatchewan, Canada. Remai Modern has permanent art of artist like Eli Bornstein, Georges Braque, Stan Douglas, and Jimmie Durham. Remai Modern is house of almost  modern and contemporary art.