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Parrsboro Historic Home

Although fossils have become Parrsboro's claim to fame, this harbor town was also a major shipping and shipbuilding port, and its history is chronicled here. The house, which overlooks the Bay of Fundy, is the only surviving building from a 1700s settlement. It was later the summer home of Sir Charles Tupper (1821–1915), a former premier of Nova Scotia and briefly the prime minister of Canada. Those with roots in Nova Scotia can research their ancestors in the genealogical archives.

Historic Home Museum/Gallery Historical

Quick Facts

1155 Whitehall Rd.
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia  B0M 1S0, Canada

902-254–2376

www.ottawahousemuseum.ca

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: C$2, Late May–mid-Sept. or early Oct., daily 10–6

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