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The Canadian Heritage site is a welcome surprise and a bit different of a view into the structures built on Canadian soil in the early 1700s. It's a bit cramped for myself being tall. The information on the boards around the self-guided museum is informative and bilingual. We didn't do the ghost stories as there were people downstairs sitting watching... 更多
Sinclair Inn is a small museum that has shows features of construction methods and some of hand tools of period. There is also a video of the ghosts of inn. This was interesting but, is located in fieldstone basement area and bit musty. Museum basically self guided and is free will donation. We did not spend a long time (about... 更多
We left a donation but the museum is free. It's an awesome spot that shows construction techniques from Acadian times (early 1700s) and was truly interesting. It's a well done small museum and worth your time. It doesn't take long to go through.
Local volunteers have used this historic house to give you a chance to see construction methods through the years. You can also watch well presented videos telling the story of previous occupants
We were walking by and warmly greeted by the guide. He gave a few minute talk about the history and the concept of opening the walls and floors rather than restoring. Then you do a self guided walk along the main floor. Quick, interesting and free. Take the time to stop.
This is an old masonic Building and the night we went to it it was part of the Haunted Town tours. they had Actors playing the roles of some of Nova Scotia Ghost Stories from the area and it was a lot of fun.
Nice Museum with an interesting history lots of information boards and videos like, great knowledgeable staff. Makes for a great quick visit. Free will admission. I would recommend the Sinclair Museum, if you are looking to hear about an interesting peice of history right in Annapolis.
This is the second oldest wood structure in Canada. The interior of the building has been opened up so that you can see original building techniques. A gentleman gave us an introduction to the building, then we walked through, read the displays and watched a video about the building. In the basement, there are videos of "ghosts" of the Inn.... 更多
This was a surprisingly enjoyable place to visit. It offered a tiny piece of the early history of this country, highlighted through some of the interesting characters who worked and lived at the Inn. I look forward to the day when it can be fully restored.