The Musquodoboit Railway Museum and Tourist Bureau is housed in the former Canadian National Railway Station (c 1918) and five railway cars. The museum, located in Musquodoboit Harbour in the Eastern Shore region, uses photographs, maps, posters, tickets and other artifacts to tell the story of Nova Scotia’s railways. Our knowledgeable staff can provide you with information on the railway station and its history. Additional in-depth material is available in our library for the serious railway buff! After your museum tour, we invite you to browse through our gift shop for train memorabilia and souvenirs.
Areas Of Interest: Trains
Core Experience: History
Features: Gift Shop • Parking • Picnic Tables • Wheelchair Accessible
Admission Info: Admission free.