Dartmouth Heritage Museum
This museum is composed of two historic houses: a Victorian abode that was once the residence of a provincial court judge and a Quaker house that contains exhibits about Nantucket whalers who settled here. Collectively, they illuminate important chapters in Nova Scotia's history. Guided group tours are available at each of the homes (seasonally only at the Quaker House). Call in advance for reservations and availability.
By Lisa Cheng