Royal BC Museum (Royal British Columbia Museum), its brochure can be seen everywhere: on the ferry to Victoria, in the visitor center. Located at the intersection of the main road, the Empress Hotel and the Provincial Capitol are on the opposite side of the road in two directions. The tour guide explained: Just look at the door, there is no time to go in, and you have to buy tickets...
There are very few tourists visiting this museum. It feels that the museum is empty. Most of the exhibitions in this museum show the scenes of the people living in various periods, which are still interesting.
This museum is too much like a natural museum, but the scale is much smaller, but I think this is fine, it doesn't have to be so tiring to visit, it feels good, there are many things that look very good.
If you want to see all kinds of historical relics, this museum will not be used. It mainly displays some of the human history here, especially the display of some cultures of the aborigines.
It's a very exquisite museum. The environment here is very classical and very uniform. You can see some exhibits about natural history and some social history in this museum.
Preston_Dominguez: 675 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8W 9W2, Canada
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