Located at the corner of Cobequid Road in Sackville in the Halifax Metro region, Fultz House Museum offers a collection reflecting over 200 years of Sackville history. Documents, photos, garments, tools and artifacts of 19th-century Sackville fill the Fultz House (c 1865).
In addition to the house, an original cooperage and a working replica of a blacksmith shops (wheelchair-accessible) are also a part of the Museum’s collection. Visitors can take a stroll along nature trails and explore the beautiful gardens and grounds including the Veterans Memorial Cenotaph.
Fultz House Museum also hosts Tuesday teas, special events and exhibits throughout the season. Parking is available on Fultz House Lane via Cobequid Road.
Open July 1 – August 31. Visit our website for hours of operation. Rest of year by appointment.
Areas Of Interest: Community Heritage
Core Experience: History
Features: Gift Shop • Limited Accessibility • Parking
Admission Info: Admission free; donations accepted.