Is it flat? Is it round? is a holy city the center of the world? This questions were once asked and believed by scientists. Maps throughout the centuries allow us to learn stories that might not otherwise be told. Today maps do not tell stores they tell directions and although these maps were used to describe the way. They tell the stories of the explorers and what was believed in society at the time. This exhibition will explore the role maps have played in reveling history and how it has shifted from story based to a more technical depiction through grid lines and latitudes. This selection of maps demonstrates the diversity of culture in these periods and the stories that can be told around the world through maps from mythical lands to the exploration of Samuel de Champlain.