New, “SNOW” Exhibit Opens at Niagara Falls History Museum
January 31, 2017 by George Bailey
The first exhibition of its kind in Canada opened at the Niagara Falls History Museum on January 26th and continues until April 16th. SNOW, is an interactive exhibition showing our love/hate relationship with the white stuff so many Canadians are familiar with. Using about 150 artifacts and documents, from ivory eyeglasses dating back to 1300 and sealskin boots the exhibit shows how Canadians across the centuries have adapted to winter.
The museum is located at 5810 Ferry Street. Admission to the show is free with museum admission of $5 for an adult and $4 for a student. Metered street side parking is available.