The Creamery Square Heritage Centre located in Tatamagouche combines several community museums, exhibits, collections and archives for the Northumberland Shore region. This unique heritage complex features a Creamery exhibit describing the production of our famous Tatamagouche butter; displays on our local history and lifestyle of the 19th and 20th centuries; the Brule Fossil Collection featuring 290- million-year-old fossil trackways; The Anna Swan Display which tells the story of local giantess; and a heritage boatbuilding shop with a replica of an 18th century chaloupe. The North Shore Archives provides an extensive collection of maps and documents, as well as genealogical records of local families; census, obituaries and cemetery records; pictures and photographs, and local history on people, places and events. Other features include an Activity Room for young people, gift shop, picnic area and beautiful views of the Waugh River. Visit our website for further details. Bus tours are welcome.
Areas Of Interest: Community Heritage • Fossils • Genealogy
Core Experience: History
Features: Bus Tours • Gift Shop • Internet Access • Parking • Picnic Tables • Wheelchair Accessible
Admission Info: Admission charged.