Nova Scotia Museum
For almost one hundred years the dory was one of the most important small boats in the Atlantic Provinces and parts of New England.
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"Home of the world's smallest dinosaur Prints"
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The Wolfville Historical Society (Est. 1941) welcomes visitors to the Randall House Museum, a 200 year old traditional colonial dwelling overlooking the duck pond in Willow Park.
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This popular exhibit profiles how horses made our history, locally and internationally.
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Located in the former Methodist Church; the cultural history of one of Nova Scotia's oldest communities.
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Cumberland County Museum and Archives focuses on the industrial and social history of Cumberland County.
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At McCulloch House Museum, a new and interactive exhibit tells the fascinating story of one of the many groups who settled Nova Scotia.
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As you proceed into the exhibits area, you will be introduced to the Wild Blueberry & Maple industries and learn of their relevance and importance to the Nova Scotia economy.
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The museum features period rooms containing artifacts, and archives that relate to the interesting Maritime & Pioneer history of Digby/Digby County, its people and industries.
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The museum houses different exhibits, and holds a variety of events that are all open to the public.
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The Macdonald Museum is housed in Canada’s first Consolidated School.
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Berwick and District grew as the apple industry grew; so to did its people and their accomplishments. The Museum will endeavor to record the area's heritage for the future.
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Today Ross-Thomson House, the only original store building remaining in Shelburne, is restored as it was in the 1820s.
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Built in 1891, this late Victorian home features woodwork and some marvelously crafted furniture from the Windsor Furniture Factory. View the display of Clifford Shand's medals and memorabilia from the early days of the sport of bicycling. Enjoy the panor
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An award-winning museum with over 20,000 artifacts that document Yarmouth County's heritage, in a historic former church.
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This museum features one of the oldest fire pumpers in North America, permanent exhibits of shipbuilding in Shelburne and the Shelburne Loyalists, and temporary and traveling exhibits.
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Mahone Bay Founders Society is dedicated to the stewardship of our area's heritage and operates the Mahone Bay Settlers Museum, a vibrant community based organization, serving and engaging both residents and visitors through the preservation and celebrati
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The Muir-Cox Shipyard at the south end of Dock Street in Shelburne is one of the oldest shipyards in Nova Scotia, having been in almost continuous operation from the 1820s (William Muir) until 1984 (William and George Cox).
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The Museum of Industry is not just about industry, it’s about people and their families; real people who invented machines, dreamed up products, built factories, worked in mines, or ran railways.
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the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame, featuring interactive displays, kiosks, memorabilia and more- 150 years of sports history.
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The W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum was created by his son and daughters to tell the story of the men and women of Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Limited, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
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Visit Fundy Geological Museum to meet some of the amazing creatures that inhabited this area millions of years ago.
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The Hector Heritage Quay offers visitors a unique glimpse into the journey of early Scottish settlers to Nova Scotia and their life in the new world.
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This museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Pictou County veterans in particular, but also of all veterans.
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If you've never been to the sea, the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic is the place to start your ocean experience. If you have been to sea, this is definitely the place to reacquaint yourself!
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