The Kings Historical Society acknowledges that we are located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral lands and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people.  We acknowledge the treaties of peace and friendship, and we thank the Mi’kmaw nation for their generosity in sharing their homeland with us. 


The museum is  now closed for the winter season. We will be re-opening in April of 2021

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Welcome to  the  website of  Nova Scotia’s Kings County Museum.


We are pleased to showcase our museum and the work being done by the Kings Historical Society, who own and operate the museum. Welcome and enjoy!


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  • All Meetings

    Burial Grounds Care Society Meetings

    Community and Family History Meeting  TBA

    Kings Historical Society- Membership Meeting. Spring 2021

  • Shop

    Our online shop is OPEN . As our museum is now closed our online shop will be checked once weekly for orders.

    Visit our shop to buy books on Kings County history, genealogical CDs , community and family research and tickets to our workshops and concerts

    Visit now!

  • Latest news

    We are now closed for the season and are hoping to reopen in some incarnation during April of 2021. Looking forward to seeing you then. Hello 2021!

  • Exhibits

    Visit our exhibits page to learn more about our permanent exhibits, and also find out what special exhibits we have on at the museum at the moment.
    Take a look!

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