Perkins House Museum

Description

The Perkins House Museum, part of the network of Nova Scotia Museums, is a historic home and museum built in 1766. The house, built in a New England style architecture, offers a snapshot of what Liverpool was like centuries ago. Visitors can learn about pre-Loyalist culture and colonial lifestyle, Maritime history, early trade and commerce, and early Nova Scotia politics and government. The museum is open seasonally.

Address

105 Main Street
Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0

Lat/Long

44.04047200, -64.71210400
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