Sherbrooke Village- Exploring Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore
Be present in the past as you explore Nova Scotia’s largest living history museum, where costumed interpreters bring history to life. Hitch a ride in the horse-drawn wagon to visit all the animals on site, like turkeys, peacocks, cows, and sheep.
In the 1860s, timber, tall ships and gold brought prosperity to Sherbrooke’s people. Today, City RV Renters can explore this amazing village with its 25 original buildings, to experience life as it was along the St. Mary’s River before the 1900s. Hear tales about the village as costumed interpreters bring history to life. Watch sparks fly as the blacksmith’s hammer hits the anvil and see the weaver’s nimble hands at the loom.
(Photo courtesy of outandaboutns.com)