Uniacke Estate Museum Park

Uniacke Estate from above

Uniacke Estate Museum Park

Uniacke Estate Museum Park is part of what was the expansive country estate of Attorney-General Richard John Uniacke (1753-1830). Built between 1813 and 1815, the grand country house is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in Canada. The estate offers visitors a vivid glimpse of life in the early 1800s among Nova Scotia's gentry. Learn more about Uniacke Estate 

Please note

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  • Gates open Tuesday to Sunday at 8:30 am and close at dusk
  • Gates open on Monday at 8:30 am
  • Keep your pets on leash at all times
  • Please clean up after you pets. Bags are located in a dispenser at the welcome unit
  • Use of trails and grounds at your own risk
  • Absolutely no ATV's, motorized bikes pr other motorized vehicles on the trails and grounds
  • Limited wheelchair access


June 1 to September 30, 2023
Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to 4 pm
Closed on Monday

Trails open year around

Power outage

The museum will be closed Sunday due to a power outage. Please check back for updates. (2023-09-17)


Adults (18+) $ 3.90
Child/Youth (6 - 17) $ 2.80
Senior (65+) $ 2.80
Family (max. 2 adults) $ 8.65
Children under 6 free

Trail update

Our trails and grounds have experienced washouts and debris from the storm. We ask visitors to be mindful of this when they are using the site. Lake Martha, Drumlin trail, Hot House, and the Murphy trail are all accessible to the public. Both entrances open now. (2023-07-24)

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