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Inverness Miners' Museum

The Inverness Miners’ Museum is located in the Canadian National Railway Station (1901) in Inverness on Cape Breton Island. Established in 1977, the Museum presents the coal-mining history of the area in a series of engaging displays. The collection reflects the pioneering and mining history of the community from 1803 to the 19th- and 20th-century mining eras. Permanent exhibits include vintage photography, paintings, drawings and artifacts, such as fossils.


Areas Of Interest: Industrial

Core Experience: History

Features: Public Washroom • Wheelchair Accessible

Inverness Miners' Museum

62 Lower Railway St
Inverness, NS

Mon–Fri 10am–5pm, Sat–Sun noon–5pm.

Phone: 902-258-3822

Website: http://www.inverness-ns.ca/inverness-miners-museum.html

Contact: Terry Mac Donald