Le Village Historique Acadien de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, Lower West Pubnico

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History Museum
Le Village Historique Acadien de la Nouvelle-Ecosse is located in Lower West Pubnico. Plan your Le Village Historique Acadien de la Nouvelle-Ecosse visit and explore what else you can see and do in Lower West Pubnico using our Lower West Pubnico travel itinerary planner.
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  • Get back to a time not so long ago and yet so different from our own; It is the challenge which was initiated by the local people. Breakfast, visited self-guided very well-designed. People dressed as at the time the true Acadian accent; In short, a beautiful moment in the company of real people
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  • This “living history” museum gives you some idea of how people lived 100+ years ago in his area where most French Canadiens were driven from their homes in the 1750s. Some stayed, some returned, and t...  more »
  • A Canadian Historic Site presenting replicas of houses, workshops, lobster fishermen and farmers. To hear of the treatment of the neutral French settlers here in the mid 1750s was traumatic for them a...  more »
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  • Very nice place and people, very hospitable. Beautiful site with some interesting historical buildings and items. The scenery is fantastic.
  • Wonderful stop for little kids and a bit of Acadian history. Everyone here is friendly and full of knowledge. You can go from home to home, place to place, and see how things were done hundreds of years ago. They even cook authentic meals from the period with the same tools. You then get to taste them! This is not one of those creepy places where the people actually think they are in the past. The folks will talk to you about the past but are aware they are in the present.
  • Loved it, Full of History. Amazing Stop.
  • Very interesting history
  • Great place. The explanations available in french with people in the houses of the village camped well their role as blacksmith, homemaker, fisherman, manufacturer of boats, etc. To visit if one passes in the sector. Bravo for the home!
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