Charles Macdonald Concrete House Museum
Dedicated to Charles Macdonald, who was an artist, craftsman, social activist and business owner. Includes his biography, image gallery, hours, directions and contact information. Located in Centreville.
Cossit House Museum
Home of The Reverend Ranna Cossit was built in 1787. Includes history, events, hours of operation, admission, and directions. Located in Sydney.
Home of author Thomas Chandler Haliburton. Features hours of operation, admission fees, photos, and a schedule of upcoming events located at Windsor.
Lawrence House Museum
Built in 1870 by William D. Lawrence, a shipbuilder, home features much of its original furnishings. Includes hours, admission rates, events and directions. Located in Maitland.
MacDonald House Museum
Features 1850's gothic style home, 1930's school, and barn with wagons and implements. Includes hours, fees and directions. Located in Cape Breton.
Home of Thomas McCulloch, first president of Dalhousie College, the museum contains furnishings and personal items. Includes photos. Located in Pictou.
North Hills Museum
Small, wood-framed home features 18th and 19th century English porcelain, glass and period furniture. Includes history of the home, photos, hours of operation, admission, and directions. Located in Granville Ferry.
Nova Scotia Apples - The Blair House Museum
Constructed in 1911 was the home of Dr. William Saxby Blair, the station's first superintendent of the apple research station that includes numerous pictures, stories and artifacts of the apple industry located in Kentville.
Old Meeting House Museum
Provides history, photos, hours of operation, admission, and contact details. Located in Barrington.
Perkins House Museum
Built in 1766 for Simeon Perkins, a Connecticut native who came to the province in 1762. Includes hours, admission fees, events, programs and directions. Located in Liverpool.
Prescott House Museum
Georgian-style home of local brick built from 1814-1816. Port Williams, Nova Scotia.
Ross Farm Museum
An agriculture farm on 60 of the original 800 acre land grant given to William Ross in 1816 by the Earl of Dalhousie, the Governor that includes information on hours, activities, map, history and events located at New Ross.
Ross-Thomson House and Store Museum
Includes history, photos, hours of operation, admission, and contact details. Located in Shelburne.
Shand House Museum
Ornate late-Victorian house in Windsor was built in 1890-91. Offers a virtual tour, events, and admission fee.
Uniacke Estate Museum Park
Features property of Attorney-General, Richard John Uniacke. Built 1813-15, the home offers a glimpse of 19th-century life among Nova Scotia's gentry. Includes biography, hours, admission, programs and events.
Wolfville Historical Society: Randall House Museum
A c. 1800 home owned by the Randall family for three generations. Features events and programs, newsletter, collection information and a shop.