A few days ago I went over to the Canadian Museum of History, formerly the Museum of Civilization, over on the Gatineau side of the Ottawa River. A temporary exhibit on Neanderthals wraps up in late January, for those in the area, and I'll feature a series from this visit in the New Year. I took some additional shots of the Christmas decorations. A large tree was placed in the upper pool of a water feature, now since turned off for the winter. It contrasts nicely with the curves of the museum's architecture.
Inside, overlooking the Grand Hall, a Christmas tree was set up. Totem poles are down below.
Here are views I took when I was finished with my visit.
I stepped outside. Christmas lights were set up around the bushes around the buildings.
I headed for the Alexandra Bridge to return home. Here are final views of the museum grounds from the bridge.