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McCulloch House Museum

McCulloch House Museum in Pictou isn’t the biggest or best known museum in Nova Scotia.

It is, however, an interesting stop for anyone interested in Scottish culture and its influence on the province.

The museum is set in the historic home of one of Nova Scotia’s early settlers.

Dr. Thomas McCulloch came to the province in 1803 and was well known for his strong opinions about education, religion, and politics.

Directions: 100 Old Haliburton Road, Pictou
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm. Sunday, 1pm to 5pm (June 1 to October 15)
Admission fees: Adults $3, children 6-17 $2, 5 and under free, senior $2, family $7
Website: McCulloch House Museum