After passing through the exhibits on First Nations people, the visitor comes up to Canada Hall, which picks up the story from European contact onwards through a series of displays and artifacts that take the story of the country through time. There's been much of an emphasis on social history- perhaps one reason Darth Harper and his minions have been so eager to muck around with the museum's mandate.
This is a cross section reproduction of an Acadian dike.
While this is a recreation of a tavern in New France.
The architecture of New France gets reproduced here as the visitor walks through, including churches, homes, and the everyday items of the time.
This house stands in the next section beyond the New France era, typical of 19th century style.
A parlour is inside the house, decorated according to the fashions of the period.