Admiral Digby Museum
95 Montague Row, Digby
A taste of Digby’s Heritage. Housed in a mid 1800s Georgian home, the museum features period rooms containing artifacts, and archives that relate to the interesting Maritime & Pioneer history of Digby/Digby County, its people and industries.
Trinity Anglican Church
109 Queen Street, Digby
Although not actually a museum, this church is a Heritage property with a unique architecture. Guided tours are offered during the summer months.
Bear River Heritage Museum
1913 Clementsvale Road, Bear River
The Museum features displays of the shipbuilding industry; Bear River being one of the great shipbuilding towns of the province, as well as agricultural, social, community, education, household and native M’ikmaq displays. A small admission fee is charged.
Smith’s Cove Old Temperance Hall Museum located in the Fundy Shore and Annapolis Valley region (Route 1, off Highway 101, Exit 24 or 25). Situated in the “Old Meeting House” (c 1834), the Old Temperance Hall Museum displays historic artifacts of the community of Smith’s Cove, as well as genealogical records of residents. The museum features Mi’kmaq displays, household exhibits of the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as old photos of buildings, resorts and citizens. Genealogical records include scrapbooks and cemetery inscriptions. There are special exhibits each year as well as a summer long hand-hooked rug show.
Sissiboo Landing is a Cultural Interpretive Center based on a wealth of information about the five cultures that founded Weymouth and continued to work and live in harmony. This Center is a great addition to the historic downtown with a beautiful waterfront that is frequented by eagles, osprey, wading birds and aquatic wildlife.
Digby Neck, Long Island and Brier Island
Island Museum at Tiverton