This surprisingly impressive museum overlooks the waterfront and is home to an extensive collection of British paintings, including works by Reynolds, Gainsborough, Constable, and Turner. Antiques buffs gravitate to the rooms with period furnishings and early decorative arts, while others find themselves drawn to Dalí's massive Santiago El Grande.The secret to fully appreciating the power of this work is to lie on the floor before it and look up; gallery staff encourages it. This gallery is especially strong when showing the art of First Nations (native Canadian) artists. Stop by, or check the website, to find out what’s currently on display. Renovations, expected to be completed by late 2017, promise to greatly expand the gallery, and to make the Dali visible to passersby through a window.