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Hank Snow Home Town Museum

A renovated CN railway station where young Hank would sometimes seek shelter in, less than 3.5 km/2 miles from his childhood home. Here you’ll find audiovisual displays, artifacts, and memorabilia on the history and heritage of Canadian country music, featuring the legendary Hank Snow, Wilf Carter, Carroll Baker, George Canyon & others.

The Centre is also home to the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame and special exhibit on local railroading history.

Gift shop on site. Live music & BBQ on Wed 12-2pm in July with many other shows throughout the year.


Areas Of Interest: Community Heritage • Music

Core Experience: History • Our Culture

Features: Bus Tours • Gift Shop • Internet Access • Parking • Picnic Tables • Public Washroom • Wheelchair Accessible

Other Info

Admission Info: Admission adults $5, seniors $4, F(12); groups $3/person; members free.

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Hank Snow Home Town Museum

17 Hank Snow Dr
Liverpool, NS

9am-5pm daily; O/S Mon–Fri by appointment.

Phone: 902-354-4675
Fax: 902-354-5199

Toll Free: 1-888-450-5525

Website: http://www.hanksnow.com/

Parking Spaces: 40