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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.
We’re open again for research, guided tours and homeschool and family programs.
For more information contact email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-678-6237
- Tuesdays- Archival researchers please call in advance of your arrival.
- Wednesdays- Appointments are required for tours. For the best experience please provide us 24 hours notice. Tours are limited to a total of 5 people all of whom must be in the same “social bubble.” Tour groups will be accompanied by museum interpreters as they explore the museum.
- Thursdays- Homeschool programming and tours are limited to social bubbles. To attend homeschooling educational tours and programming 24 hours notice is required
Welcome to the website of Nova Scotia’s
Kings County Museum
Our Mission: To collect, preserve, and interpret the cultural and natural history of Kings County, Nova Scotia.
Our Vision: To be a sustainable and inclusive operation with expert staff and quality exhibits and programming.
Our Mandate: The mandate of the Kings Historical Society is to:
- Provide dynamic space for community and cultural engagement
- Inspire curiosity about varied histories
- Celebrate the natural world around us
- Connect past and future generations
- Foster a better understanding and appreciation of the cultures of peoples who contributed to the collective history of this region, and the land upon which it is based
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