Exciting things are happening this winter on the Halifax waterfront! Expert historians, museum designers, exhibit fabricators and construction crews will be working hard as we prepare to unveil new permanent exhibits in time for our May re-opening.More Details >
Watch for details on our reopening events and new exhibitions.
Open: Nov 3 to May 2015,
Monday to Friday; 9:30am to 5:30pm
at a temporary location:
Lower Annex (across the street from the Pier 21 front doors.)
1099 Marginal Road
"Oh, come on Hazel, you'll only have to see him once. You won't have to see him again." It took encouragement from a friend before Hazel agreed to go on a blind date with Russell, a Canadian pilot, serving in London, England during the Second World War. Seventy years later, the Wests' are celebrating their wedding anniversary this February.
Read Their Love Story >
Our travelling exhibition, Canada: Day 1, supported by RBC, will be at the Markham Museum in January 2015.
This year's keynote speaker is Brandt C. Louie, O.B.C., President and CEO of H.Y. Louie Co. Limited and Chairman of London Drugs Limited.
In the interactive new exhibit What Would You Do? visitors will have the opportunity to act as a Canadian immigration official and admit, detain or deny entry to passengers.
Read Jan’s blog to learn what factors immigration officials have to consider when admitting or denying entry to Canada.