During the Second World War, many British children were sent to safety in Canada. On the morning of August 4, 1940, Margaret Morris Smolensky, along with 1,532 other children left Liverpool, England to start their journey to Pier 21 in Halifax.
Read Margaret’s Story >
Are you an artist who likes to get people to think 'outside the box' about issues of immigration, settlement and cultural diversity? The Museum is seeking artists to create site-specific installation/project for Nocturne 2015.
Our heritage interpreter, Scott, has always been passionate about history. Read his first blog as he takes us back in time via an old family letter.