Lake Ainslie - The Settlers Story
March 9, 2007
Visit our virtual exhibit telling the story of Lake Ainslie
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MacDonald House Museum is operated by the Lake Ainslie Historical Society

We have a growing collection of books and records pertaining to families and history of the local area. Visitors are welcome to use our resources with the assistance of staff or a Society member.  You may see eagles and children are very welcome.

We are open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm in the summer months or by appointment.

For special demonstrations and or appointments phone:
(902) 258-3317 Museum
(902) 258-2850 for Cathy MacLean or 902-725-2272 for Pauline MacLean


Provincial sign for MuseumWe are located at 3458 Route 395, East Lake Ainslie, 15 km off exit 5 on the Trans Canada Highway.

Follow the blue key signs which designate museums in Nova Scotia. We feature a large parking lot and turning area to accommodate motor homes or buses.

Adults: $5.00    Family (Parents and school age children): $10.00



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