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
Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases and for the safety of our community and staff, we ask that only those from our local municipality visit the grounds of Uniacke Estate Museum Park. While enjoying fresh air and exercise on our grounds and trails, we remind everyone to follow NS Public Health’s guidelines and restrictions regarding physical distancing, mask-wearing and gathering limits. Thank you for your understanding and continued support. By working together, we can ensure that everyone remains safe and healthy.
Trails and parking lot are now open. Please use social distancing on the trails and in the parking lot. If the parking lot is full, please come back another time.
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- No winter maintenance, use at your own risk
- Gates stay closed after winter storms until snow plowing is completed
- Gates open Tuesday to Sunday at 8:30 am and close at dusk
- Gates open on Monday at 8:30 an and close at 4 pm
- Keep your pets on leash at all times
- Please clean up after you pets. Bags are located in a dispenser at the welcome unit
- Limited wheelchair access