The Victorian era is covered extensively within the Bytown Museum's collection, including a small statue of the Queen herself.
There seems a slightly macabre sensibility in the Victorian era, and it reflects itself in some of the exhibits- perhaps the ghosts that are said to haunt the museum are drawn to such things. They include a mourning fan, small caskets meant to hold keepsakes such as a lock of hair, or an elaborate wreath containing human hair.
Other items are a bit more conventional, such as the painting, the clock, or the tableware.
Period photographs of the building of the Parliament Buildings, both in terms of the original blocks and the restoration work on Centre Block, can also be found here in the Museum.
I leave off today with this item, a wringer. I took other photos in the Museum of another exhibit, but I'm leaving that for the upcoming theme day in September on Curiousities.