This was a fabulous & worthwhile side trip for us while driving through Cape Breton, NS. We were lucky enough to discover this place on a warm, sunny day. Well worth the cost (I think it was something like $8 per adult), and make sure you take a camera.
The village is set out so you start with the first style of home the Gaelic settlers inhabited. The village is "inhabited" by the immigrants from each time period, and the houses improve / change as time progresses.
It was educational, inspiring, and incredibly interesting! I highly recommend this attraction - people with children would love it. We were 3 adults travelling together, and we loved it!
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