Two of the most unique and appealing cities in the world are just north of New England. You will find brie, pate, jewel-box patisseries, and “s’il vous plait” right along with bagels, maple syrup, hockey, delis, and bocce ball. A modern skyscraper might be cheek-by-jowl with a 17th-century stone nunnery. The people who forged Montreal and Quebec City 400 years ago braved frigid winters, war, and famine to create the foundation of these beautiful, multicultural cities.
The Art Explorers arrive in North America to explore Ottawa, a city that was once a central trading post in times past thanks to the Ottawa River system, and which is now the capital of Canada. Regina and Pat visit historic Parliament Hill, tour the sprawling groups of Rideau Hall, and take an evening boatWatch Now >>
The impressive Museum of Anthropology, located on the campus of the University of British Columbia, shines a light upon the native peoples of this land, and displays inspired sculptures and pieces of art, such as Raven and the First Men Statue by Bill Reid. Stanley Park overlooks Vancouver from across Vancouver and English Bays, andWatch Now >>
If you had a plane ticket in your hand that allowed you unrestrained passage to the supernatural wonders of the world, where would you first stamp your passport? And, after that? We believe these outstanding locations on Earth will help guide you in the right direction. Extending from the Atantic Ocean to the Red Sea,Watch Now >>