|$9.55 CAD Per Person|
|July 11 - February 21|
The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Canada’s oldest and largest maritime museum, presents The Sea In Her Blood, a special 2019 exhibit featuring contemporary women who are redefining traditional ways of living with the sea.
Living in Mi’kma’ki-Acadie-Alba Nuadh-Nouvelle-écosse-Nova Scotia means living with the sea.
Like the land we call home, every generation of maritime women is shaped by the sea – through maintaining tradition and pushing boundaries, work and play, struggle and triumph. Many of their stories have been lost to time.
Today maritime women continue to both redefine traditional ways of living with the sea, and shape new ones. The Sea in Her Blood highlights 17 of these extraordinary women.
|Accessibility||Exhibit is wheelchair accessible.|
|Daily Availability:||Sunday - Saturday|
|Hours||Mon, Wed-Sun: 9:30am-5:30pm | Tue: 9:30am-8pm|
|Guides on site||Tour Guides and Interpreters are onsite to answer any questions you may have regarding this exhibit or the many other unique exhibits offered at the Museum.|
|Museum Hours (May 1-Oct 31)||Mon, Wed-Sun: 9:30am-5:30pm | Tue: 9:30am-8pm|
|Museum Hours (Nov 1-Apr 30)||Mon: closed | Tue: 9:30am-8pm | Wed-Sat: 9:30am-5pm | Sun: 1pm-5pm|
|Admission - Adult||Nov 1-Apr 30: $5.15 | May 1-Oct 31: $9.55|
|Admission - Senior (65+)||Nov 1-Apr 30: $4.40 | May 1-Oct 31: $8.50|
|Admission - Youth (6-17)||Nov 1-Apr 30: $3.10 | May 1-Oct 31: $5.15|
|Admission - Child (5 and under)||Nov 1-Apr 30: Free | May 1-Oct 31: Free|
|Admission - Family (Youth under 17 + 2 Adults)||Nov 1-Apr 30: $11.85 | May 1-Oct 31: $24.75|