The totem poles inside the Grand Hall are set up to allow for close access, each with explanatory panels, coming from the various tribes of the Pacific Coast.
The close up details can be as formidable as the entire pole.
As well as the poles, the Grand Hall includes facades in the style of houses of the First Nations of the Pacific Coast. Behind these facades are display rooms of artifacts and contemporary items.
At either end of the Hall is a display panel about this space. It includes a panorama of the complete set.
Venturing into one of the entrances of the interior areas brings us into thematic displays. This is titled Hamatsa Design Dance Screen, created by Richard Hunt in 1989.
And for today I leave off with this collection of masks.