Unusual Museums: The Search Continues
59 St. George St
Who knew that unique, off-the-beaten-track and even oddball museums even existed? Participants in our first Unusual Museums… workshop discovered so many that we have a growing list of intriguing new possibilities to investigate. In honour of our country's sesquicentennial, we will emphasize those found in Canada (especially those close to home), with some added "from away." Whether devoted to clocks, herring or apothecary (all Canadian choices), or something else entirely, make an unusual museum your new best friend – you might be surprised what you discover about it and the people who created it!
Charlotte Broome, firstname.lastname@example.org, became intrigued by little-known museums when singing with a visiting choir in London, with mornings off to explore the city and its museums. She has also co-facilitated the Music Appreciation workshop for the last six years.