This Annapolis Valley Blog will:
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- let you know about any new events coming up in the valley area.
- tell you about anything new I find while travelling throughout the valley area.
- tell you about some of my past visits to sites in the Annapolis Valley area.
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The Valley Medical Heritage Museum is located on the third level of the Annapolis Valley Regional Hospital. It is a memorial to 125 years of medical care and services.
A trip to the Randall House Museum is a trip back in the history of Wolfville. Explore the lives of the 3 generations of Randall’s and other inhabitants of this 200 year old house.
The Prescott House Museum was the Georgian home of Charles Prescott who introduced several varieties of apples to the Annapolis Valley.
The Kings County Museum has a wealth of information and history on Kings County. The museum is housed in the old court house and has a great genealogy section.
The Northville Farm Heritage Centre is being designed to preserve and demonstrate the early farm life in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley.
Muriels Doll Museum is located in Berwick, Nova Scotia and features Muriel's vast collection of dolls. There are over 3500 dolls of every size and shape.
The Greenwood Aviation Museum is located in the heart of the Annapolis Valley. If you have an interest in military aviation history you will enjoy a visit to this museum.
Charles Macdonald’s Concrete House Museum is a very unique museum. The house, lawn sculptures and most everything in the house is made of concrete.
The Canning Heritage Centre in Canning, Nova Scotia has displays set up about Wilf Carter, born in the area, plus historical information from the area.
The Blue Beach Fossil Museum is located on the Bay of Fundy's Minas Basin. Here have found the only bodily remains of Tetrapods in the 350 million year old cliffs.
The Blair House Museum is located on the Kentville Agricultural Centre grounds and showcases items pertaining to the apple industry in the Annapolis Valley.
Exhibits at the Apple Capital Museum & Interpretive Centre, Berwick include lots of history of the Annapolis Valley Apple Industry, a model railroad of the valley & the visitor information center.