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Unique award-winning “living history” museum captures the sights, sounds and smells of a typical 1940s Nova Scotian coastal village. The 17 restored buildings include a general store, church, homestead, barn, ice house, gold mine and shingle mill. Costumed guides demonstrate traditional skills. A cookhouse serves authentic lumber camp meals and Sunday Drive specials. Antique vehicles, live farm animals and Archives Research Centre. Admission charged. Gift shop and free Internet. Open daily, June 15 to September 15, 11am to 4pm. Off-season by special arrangement.