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Settlers Museum

Mahone Bay Settlers Museum

The Sinclair Inn

Situated in the heart of Annapolis Royal (formerly Port Royal) The Sinclair Inn may very well be one of the most significant heritage establishments in the town's Nationally designated historic district.

The Inn survives today as one of the very few examples of French regime Acadian construction. It is also the second oldest wood frame structure in Canada.

Charles MacDonald House

Charles MacDonald Concrete House Museum

East Hants Museum

East Hants Historical Society Museum (forner Lower Selma-Noel Shore United Church)

The Classical Revival church was built in 1865 by William Wiswell of Halifax with the aid of James Corston of Halifax and Gilmore McLellan of Noel Shore. It opened its doors on September 24th of that same year and was originally named the Lower Selma Presbyterian Church.

The Quaker House

The original owner of the home was William Ray, a cooper (barrel maker) who came to Dartmouth as part of a community of Quakers who established a whale fishing industry. The Quaker House has since been restored and furnished to reflect its 1785 construction date. It well represents the Nantucket Island domestic architecture from the time of its original construction.

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