The Pemsik Mawa'tasikl Anko'tmu'kl

Free Event

The Pemsik Mawa'tasikl Anko'tmu'kl presents a FREE night at the Ice House Theatre in the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic on May 27th, from 7pm-9pm! Limited seating is available, please RSVP by scanning the QR code or by emailing/calling Hilda Russell at hilda.russell@novascotia.ca or 902-634-4794, ext. 228.
 

Bluenose exhibit

Bluenose

Why was Bluenose so fast? Learn all about the icon on the coin in our Bluenose exhibit. View the famous International Fishermen’s Cup and sit in on our Bluenose Saga. It will make you feel like you were a fisherman in the golden age of sail! The story of Bluenose is sure to make you laugh, instill a sense of pride and it may even bring a tear to your eye!

 
 
 

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Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic

The Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic provides the ultimate waterfront experience, in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While at the Museum, you experience life in a fishing community and discover, up close, life at sea.

Explore our Museum, housed in a former fish processing plant, and Lunenburg’s last Grand Banks Schooner, Theresa E Connor, wharf side. Make your way to the Ice House Theatre, where films are shown throughout the day. Browse at your leisure or take a guided tour. Come rain or shine, relax and enjoy! The entire family will enjoy their entertaining visit with us!

Salt Store Gift Shop

The Salt Store Gift Shop offers an exciting array of items attractive to every shopping desire and budget. Located at the entrance to the Museum, located on the first floor of the oldest building in the Museum complex. Originally built by W. C. Smith and Company Limited in 1899, the structure was used as a salt storehouse for the fishing industry, as well as a warehouse and cooperage.

Aquarium closure

After years celebrating marine life in the North Atlantic, the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic will be closing our aquarium. Learn more about the closure

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Be social

Salt Store Gift Shop

While at the Museum or just shopping around town, be sure to check out the Gift Shop where you will find an array of current fashion and giftware for the entire family. Salt Store Gift Shop.

 
 
 

Hours

Closed for the season

Open May 18 to mid October daily 9:30am – 5pm 

Admissions

Family  $30
Adults $14.50
Seniors $12
Students $9
Youth $4

Contact

68 Bluenose Drive,
P.O. Box 1363
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia,
Canada
B0J 2C0
Telephone: 902-634-4794
Toll Free 1-866-579-4909
Fax: 902-634-8990
fma@novascotia.ca

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