We begin today with the world's longest covered bridge, the Hartland Covered Bridge in New Brunswick.
The bush plane is an iconic sight throughout Canada's wilderness places.
The Confederation Bridge links Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick.
The Vimy Memorial is in France, but deeded in perpetuity to Canada as the site of a major battle Canadians won in World War One. It is one of our most sacred places.
L'Anse aux Meadows is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Newfoundland- the proof that Vikings were in North America.
Powwow dancers- an integral part of First Nations culture.
Haida artist Bill Reid created this plaster cast that has its home here. This is Chief Of The Undersea World.
A look down from this level to the Grand Hall. As this was a December visit, the Christmas tree was down there on the main level.
Outside. Between the two wings, curatorial on left and exhibition on right, this gives us a splendid view of Parliament Hill across the Ottawa River.
It was time to depart. The graceful curves of the Museum of History speak to me. I hope you've enjoyed this tour.