So enjoyed our trip to this museum. The Curator greeted us at the door and she showed us around the museum, so informative!! Enjoyed every minute and was a worthwhile stop!!
Has some very interesting photos and memorial items.. Is set up well and is free of charge!! Little boys will love it..as they are on a real train,
WHY TO VISIT: 2 Good Reasons 1. The museum's exhibits are quirky and eclectic, designed to appeal to many different interests. Just walk through, stop to look at whatever strikes your fancy, and, almost without trying, you will discover for yourself the history of the people and the place: what makes "Kap" tick. It's an interesting place, with an intriguing... 更多
The clay statues telling the story of early days in the town were wonderful, as were the two working model train sets. It was a bit difficult to find the entrance & the hours. The entrance is at the front of the caboose of the train that is parked outside the station. The tourist info centre is also in the... 更多
This was a wonderful tribute to Old Kap. They are lucky to have Julie Latimer in charge. We had a lovely visit with her and her staff and were amazed at the beautifully arranged, informative displays.
The museum offers a complete history of the town of Kapuskasing. Including the WW1 pow camps, military and police history along with several period displays and so much more. As well as a huge fully operational model train display. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and friendly.
Many items from the past century, presenting the evolution of the town in Northern Ontario. Interesting presentation of minitiature ceramic... 更多
This is a small, but very well done museum illustrating the history of Kapuskasing with emphasis on the railroad. It... 更多