Come to Ross Farm Museum, located in New Ross in the South Shore region to explore 60 acres of rolling farmland and discover what life was like on a Nova Scotia family farm over 100 years ago.
An authentic, living heritage site, much of the farm remains the same as it was in the 1800s. From historic Rose Bank Cottage where the Ross family lived, to daily activities such as wool spinning and ox shoeing, the museum gives visitors the chance to experience yesterday’s traditional farming methods, while learning sustainable ways of living for today. Chat with costumed interpreters, hike the scenic nature trail, take a wagon ride or winter sleigh ride, and meet the animals who live and work on the farm as you connect with Nova Scotia’s rural heritage.
Whether you’re milking a cow or enjoying the site’s natural beauty, Ross Farm Museum provides a unique glimpse of life in the 19th century.
Visa, MasterCard and Direct Debit are accepted.
Areas Of Interest: Agriculture • Community Heritage
Core Experience: History • Our Culture • Outdoor Adventure
Features: Bus Tours • Gift Shop • Internet Access • Parking • Picnic Tables
Government Level: Provincial
Admission Info: Admission charged; season passes.