This museum presents the natural and cultural history of the province of Alberta along with a wide range of traveling exhibits. At the Aboriginal Cultures Gallery, look at stone tools, learn about rock art and step into a tepee to hear stories. In Wild Alberta, find out about wetlands and animals, and see a drop of water enlarged 200 times. The Natural History Gallery showcases mounted birds and fossils, and live black widow spiders, tail-less whip scorpions and other insects are on display in the Bug Room. In summer, interpreters tell stories about wildlife, which are geared to kids ages 4 through 10. From October 9 through January 2, 2011, walk into the Wonderful World of OZ, a 3D exhibit with hands-on activities, puppets and favorite Oz characters such as the Woodsman, who — you guessed it — teaches kids about hearts.