The Royal BC Museum is closing several of its human history exhibits at the end of this year in an effort to modernize.
The museum’s acting CEO, Daniel Muzyka, says he knows many people will miss what they grew up seeing. But the exhibits are 50 years old, he added, and the museum needs to represent more of the true histories that make up the province’s past.
On This Week in History, we take a look at the existing exhibit and what’s to come.
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