We stopped in this parking area to let my husband out so he could get on his bike and continue on the Cabot Trail. I went into this building to use the washroom, which looks like your typical older building from outside, but the inside is completely renovated....and it was a museum. I called in our friend and his daughter and we browsed around the museum's well displayed artifacts.
I am not one to go out of my way for museums, but I did like this one.
The display is small but practical. You get a very good idea of what life in these parts used to be like. The staff, who were students, were very helpful in explaining the exhibit and very friendly. That day they also had a blacksmith making metal hooks using the old blacksmith techniques. The person who had the vision to put all this together and renovate the place, did a good job!
It would probably take you about an hour max to go through it all. There was no charge, but they have a donation jar and a separate one to use the washroom. I was more than happy to give something.
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