The Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum is Atlantic Canada's only museum devoted to preserving all aspects of Atlantic Canada's aviation heritage. Granted "Local Museum" status by the Nova Scotia Museum in 1989
Protect, Preserve and Promote Black Culture
Learn about the experiences of immigrants as they arrived in Canada, the vital role of immigration in the building of Canada and the contributions of immigrants to our country—all at one unique place.
There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is the largest art museum in Atlantic Canada. With locations in downtown Halifax and downtown Yarmouth, the Gallery houses the Province's art collection and offers a range of exhibitions and programming.
The Dartmouth Heritage Museum started from humble beginnings; a group of like-minded citizens began presenting collections of artifacts in two local schools to promote awareness of heritage in our region.
At the Discovery Centre we believe in a hands-on, minds-on philosophy, and it’s the backbone for everything we do – from our exhibits, live science shows, workshops and community outreach to our science busking and summer camp programs.
A non-profit organization dedicated to increasing knowledge of Canadian history, the HCRA runs interpretive programming at the Halifax Citadel NHS.
The Museum is one of the Department of National Defence's 55 Museums. It was established to preserve the Military heritage of Canada's Maritime Forces. It is the largest Naval Museum within the system.
he Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is the oldest and largest Maritime Museum in Canada. The original concept of the Museum can be credited to a group of Royal Canadian Navy officers who envisioned a maritime museum
Geology, Mammals, Aquatic life and more, plus the Museum is home to numerous live specimens that make Nova Scotia their home. The Museum is also home to Gus the Tortoise, one of Halifax most visited and beloved citizens.
The Centre for Craft is comprimised of several parts: the Gallery, Shop, Studios, and Guide.
We use these parts as tools to help promote Nova Scotian crafts people's careers.
Located at 3115 Veith St in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Veith Street Gallery & Studio is a local business inside the art galleries & dealers