If discovering Nova Scotia’s rich culture and history is marked down on your travel agenda, these are the top museums where visitors can learn all about this Canadian province.
Experience Louisburg as it was during its 1744 heyday. The largest reconstruction project in North America, the Fortress of Louisburg features dozens of buildings open to the public, and in the summer you’ll find “animators” of all ages filling the streets dressed in period costumes.
259 Park Service Rd, Louisbourg, Canada, +1 902 733 3548
Enjoy the gorgeous ocean views from Lower West Pubnico and step back into life in this early 20th-century Acadian village. Pubnico is the oldest surviving Acadian community and is rich with history and culture.
91 Old Church Rd, Lower West Pubnico, Canada, +1 902 762 2530