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Step back in time to rural Nova Scotia in the 1940's at Memory Lane Heritage Village

Eastern Shore
2 hours
$8 CAD Per Person
June 1 - September 30

About This Experience

Immerse yourself into this living history museum and see what it was like to be a rural Nova Scotian during the 1940’s, including life during and after the Second World War.

Memory Lane Heritage Village features a school house, gas station, free-roaming animals, barns and more all depicted in the 1940s.

Local Tip: There are tons of awesome events that happen here, such as the Eastern Shore Cold Waters Seafood Festival! See full events list here.

 

 

Things you should know

Daily Availability:Sunday - Saturday
Hours9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Pricing Seniors (60+): $6, Youth (6-17): $3, Child (0-5): FREE
Family price2 Adults & up to 3 Children: $20.00
Where to EatThe Cookhouse is open every day from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the operational season
Ride in a 1928 Ford Model AComplimentary rides around the Village are offered in our beautiful 1928 Ford Model A, most days between 1pm and 2pm
Electric Vehicle Charging StationMemory Lane has a Level II Electric Vehicle Public Charging Station on site that features both a Standard J-1772 outlet and a Tesla outlet. Charging will be free-of-charge to the public. We accept donations to cover the cost of electricity consumed (which is about $3 per hour for an average electric vehicle).
Restrictions

Smoking policy: Memory Lane Heritage Village is a non-smoking site. Pet policy: Pets are not permitted within the Village grounds.

$8 CAD Per Person
Eastern Shore
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