Related links of interest
Frieze and Roy - Canada's oldest continuously operating general store. (1839)
- Mudslide Cafe
Fundy Tidal Interpretive Centre - A visitor information centre, gift shop and interpretive centre. Learn about the highest tides in the world and the tidal bore phenomenon, then stroll along a trail and watch the tidal bore - breath taking! Tidal Bore times are listed at this site.
Gallery 215 - An art gallery housed in a beautifully restored schoolhouse (approx. 200 years old) and featuring the work of over 40 local artists and a wonderful gift shop.
Village of Maitland - This rich historic past was recognized in 1995 when Maitland was declared Nova Scotia's first Heritage Conservation District.
Colchester Historeum - Since 1976, the Colchester Historical Society’s mission has been to collect, preserve, and exhibit, for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations, artifacts and documents relating to the social, cultural, and natural history of Colchester County, Nova Scotia.
Lawrence House Museum - "... appointed with most of its original furnishings, speaks volumes about the lives of the community elite. Large and rather formal in plan, it was clearly the home of a man whose sights were set beyond this small coastal village. The fine furniture and exotic souvenirs from around the world show that here was a man of taste, means, and experience."
Rossignol Cultural Centre - An eclectic museum with something for everyone. You can even stay overnight in a traditional Mongolian Ger or a British Block House - well worth the experience! A 'two-for-one' admission cost (minimal) will also gain you entry to the Sherman Hines Museum of Photography certainly worth a visit for the wow, ooh and aah factor!
The Shubenacadie Canal Commission - "A Historic Treasure". Learn about this fascinating waterway which spans Nova Scotia, connecting Halifax to the Cobequid Bay.
Uniake Estate Museum Park - A part of the Nova Scotia Museums.
West Hants Historical Society - The West Hants Historical Society is located in Windsor, NS and also runs a seasonal museum. Its genealogy department is open year round.