Uniacke Estate Museum Park

 

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A Beautiful Country Estate

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 

Attention

Please note: the Museum will be closed all day Monday, August 21 and Tuesday, August 22. Repairs are being made to the back entrance, please use caution. We apologise for any inconvenience.

  • Please use the second entrance to enter Uniacke Estate. The main gate will remain closed while the road undergoes repairs
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  • The park closes and gates will be locked at 5 pm on Mondays and at dusk Tuesdays to Sundays
  • Keep your pets on leash at all times
  • Please clean up after you pets. Bags are located in a dispenser at the welcome unit
  • Please report any windfall on the trails to the staff in the tearoom
  • Limited wheel chair access 

Hours

Open Seasonally

Sunday: 11:30am to 5pm
Monday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm

Trails Open year round, daily from dawn until dusk

Admission

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

Adult Pass: $46.85
Family Pass: $92.65

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