A while back we visited the Huronia Museum in Midland, Ontario. It was an unexpected treat because it’s an old fashioned museum – and I mean that in a nice way. It’s not all push buttons and dioramas with cut-out picture boards and light effects, with nary an artifact in sight. This is a crammed-to-the-gills museum of cool stuff; Penny farthings, 1940s/50s televisions, ancient ‘Indian’ artifacts, Regency era cast iron stoves, and a fair bit of clothing too, including: two really nice Edwardian bathing suits with not one moth nip, one of the prettiest Edwardian wedding dresses I have ever seen, World War II uniforms…. and more. Most items are shown in finely crafted mahogany cases from the turn-of-the-century. It won’t be to everybody’s taste but I loved it!