From 1754 to today ~ bring history alive at the Mahone Bay Settlers Museum. Watch the artisans at work at Amos Pewter and Spruce Top Rug Hooking Studio Economusees.
Swing in a Hammock: Learn how rope and hand-woven hammocks are made at the Bay Hammock Company Economusee, and take home a bit of relaxation.
Hooked Rug Museum of North America: Come in and see our hundred of hooked rugs and keepsakes in our many exhibits.
Head to New Ross to take the kids to Ross Farm Museum, a living museum of agriculture. Go on a hay ride or sleigh ride, and visit the heritage animals. Open year round.
Take a walk through our past. Visit the DesBrisay Museum nestled in beautiful Woodland Gardens in Bridgewater.
Step into an Early Nova Scotian Industry. Experience the Wile Carding Mill Museum with working watermill. Located in Bridgewater.
Knaut-Rhuland House Museum. The only historic home in Lunenburg that is accessible to the public, the Knaut-Rhuland House is akin to walking back in time. Period furniture and finishings, as well as tour guides in full costume, give you a true 18th century experience.
Halifax-Southwestern Railway Museum has exquisite scale models and artifacts from the old Bridgewater train station. See the world of the railway as it was on Nova Scotia’s Bluenose Coast in the 1950’s.
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. Three floors of displays and exhibits, full-wall aquariums, a touch tank, two fully accessible ships in the Lunenburg Harbour, a theatre and much more await you in the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. Stop in for a few hours, or spend the whole day exploring Lunenburg’s rich history.
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