After leaving the Second World War behind, the War Museum moves into the Cold War to present day area, examining the Cold War, peacekeeping, and the Korean War along the way. There are a series of paintings here by the Canadian war artist Ted Zuber, depicting the Korean conflict. Here are three of them.
This area features equipment from both NATO and Warsaw Pact countries throughout, and peacekeeping gear and art as well.
Emerging from the main exhibit area takes us down to Regeneration Hall, the portion of the museum beneath the large protuding spike you can see from the outside. The Vimy Ridge Memorial sculptures used by Walter Allward during his time designing the memorial are placed down below, and the window from this angle provides a direct view towards Parliament Hill. Check out this video I took for the sound of the recorded wind you hear in this space.