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Our Museum can be found in Northern Cape Breton along the Cabot Trail Nova Scotia in the "Top of the Island" Region. We have a beautiful exhibit hall that includes local artifacts along with professional displays that take you back in time while...more
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29243 Cabot Trail, Cape North, Nova Scotia B0C 1G0, Canada
We stopped in for the use of the restroom and to buy a book on local shipwrecks that appealed to me last year but I had foolishly passed on. The staff member that we spoke to was friendly and their array of gifts is nice...More
What a delight! A hidden gem with lots of historical information about Cape Brenton and the area around North Highlands specifically. Staff were super friendly and answered all our questions. Definitely recommend if your on the Cabot Trail.
We stopped in for a bathroom as bathroom/museum are pictured on the CBHNP map. The staff are friendly, the bathroom is clean, the gift shop is small but has decent variety. The museum looked very nice but we did not do it as we were...More
Sometimes the weather forces you to go places you might not have gone. This is a very small museum but very well done. We were glad we stopped in as we learned much about that area of Cape Breton. We came away from there with...More
A great place to spend a 1/2 hr. to 3+ hours. Your choice. There's a genealogy research lab, if you may have some family roots in the area. There's lots more: professionally done exhibits, a cool working blacksmith forge, a beautiful heritage garden, great friendly...More
We spent 1 hour at this small museum (admission $2) looking and reading about all the exhibits. The best part for us was the great home movie about life in the early days of the Northern Highlands. This is a 10 mm film that was...More
We were there third week of September 2016.
For anyone interested in history, particularly the history of this area, this small museum should be on a list of things to see while traveling the Cabot Trail. The place is full of old tools, many hand...More