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The Macdonald Museum is housed in Canada’s first Consolidated School. It features the Nova Scotia Museum’s collection of antique clocks and pocket watches, a circa 1940 classroom, a depression era general store, a community art display, a temporary...more
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21 School Street | B0s 1p0, Middleton, Nova Scotia, Canada
Great place to visit. This sets the standard for regional museums. The exhibits are clean and crisp in dialogue. As a visitor you are able to immediately engage in the stories of the region. The staff at the archives go beyond expectations to assist you...More
Good exhibits I like the old store front set up. Around Easter they have a Chocolate & Wine fundraiser, I suggest you attend it's well organized by staff & volunteers.
I like the 3 or 4 levels of stairs - an attraction themselves (elevator on...More
We take friends and family all the time when they come to visit. amazing history to be see including the set of a general store and very old clothing.My picture with my baseball team is even on the Wall Of Fame from 50 years ago.
We needed to stretch our legs on our driving trip, so we stopped by the MacDonald Museum. No genealogy there, just looking for a place to walk around. It was a quirky, fun, old-school museum (pun intended). There were a few things in the permanent...More
Macdonald Museum, 21 School St, Middleton, NS B0S 1P0 Canada
We can't possibly thank the staff and volunteers of the Museum's Genealogy department enough for all their help and expertise during the many research hours we spent there. We came to Nova Scotia on a...More
We visited the area for Cyndy's family history. They have sooo much stuff that is not available online for local family history - old newspapers, deeds, books, family submissions, .... They photocopy for you. A measly $3 admission was well worth it; not sure how...More