Tour Info

Experience a grand country mansion and its parkland setting. Built by Richard John Uniacke for his family over 200 years ago, the house is an antique-lover's dream, including colonial portraits, fine George Adams furniture and early Wedgwood china. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy seven walking trails offering a variety distances and terrain, from wooded areas to wetlands. 

Enter the doors of the grand old house and discover a place untouched by time, containing original family furnishings, portraits and personal belongings, set out as they were when Richard John lived there. Seven interpretive nature trails will help you explore the sprawling 930-hectare estate with its rich natural heritage, historic archeological sites and splendid forests and vistas.


Guided tours are available for small groups and may be available for groups of less than 60 with advance reservation. Call for details on special programs such as “Lingering Spirits”

Recommended Tour Length 45 minutes


Admission Fees
(Subject to change
without notice)


Child - Free
Youth - $2.80
Adult - $3.90
Senior - $2.80
Family - $8.65

Hours of Operation

Museum open June 1 to October 2

Wednesday to Sunday 10 am to 4 pm

Monday and Tuesday closed


758 Main Road
Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia, Canada
Located on the Evangeline Trail

How to get there

Travelling North on the 101 take exit 3, travelling South on the 101 take exit 4 and follow the signs.

Contact Information

April 1 to November 12
Winfried Viebahn,
Site Manager
Phone: 902.866.0032 (Tearoom) 902.866.2560 (Office)

Fax: (902) 866-2450

November 13 to March 31
Contact Us


Visitor and motorcoach parking is available in lot.

Bilingual Services

Not available at this time.


Main floor is wheelchair accessible. One walking trail is also accessible.

Gift Shop

A museum shop is located in the basement kitchen.

Food Services

Beverages and snacks available in the Post Road Tea Room.

Nearby Provincial Museums

Prescott House Museum and Garden, Starrs Point
Haliburton House Museum, Windsor
Shand House Museum, Windsor
Ross Farm Museum, New Ross
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax
Museum of Natural History, Halifax