Victoria, British Columbia
February 23, 2001
The first few floors of the museum were very dull, historical displays laid out like a middle school science fair.
When we finally got to the top floor of where the costumes were located, I was very impressed. There was every costume imaginable from different countries to different sports. They were all in glass cases and very detailed, with a stratagic hole cut out in just the right place.
I enjoyed that part of the museum but don't know if I could say that it was worth the 100 franc admission fee.
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