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I was really impressed with the display here. The history of the Scots coming to Nova Scotia and the terrible journey they endured. The replica ship is incredible and the guides are amazing. Highly recommend
...a tired un kempt display mired in the morbid smoke of one of canada s most flagrant violators of environmental ethics...beware of toxins pm2 5 pm...asbestiform fibres stagnate the entire local area for kilometers...unfortunate but do not go!
We had read a little about Pictou and the Hector Hector Heritage Quay. The displays are amazing, lots of photographs and artefacts about that 1755 voyage about the little ship that had never sailed across the Atlantic Ocean before, such awful conditions with smallpox and dysentery especially amongst the children; almost squalid conditions and next to no privacy. The ship... 更多
We took a chance on a late fall Saturday afternoon and visited the hector interpretation center. The guides, volunteers I think, were very friendly and knowledgeable and we stayed much longer than we intended because we enjoyed talking with them so much. The ship itself is interesting, but we couldn't get in to all areas - I think probably because... 更多
Well, the quay is ok. It is a quay, but this is "the birthplace of Nova Scotia", as far as I understood. I have never seen a city that makes so little from such a story. I told everyone to avoid pictou. It seems to be a rundown, industrial city. What you see immediately is a huge factory on the... 更多
The replica ship, harbor house and a large stone with the story of the first Scots that arrived in Nova Scotia aboard a boat like the one tied to the pier was very moving. We visited early in the morning before the place opened, but there was still plenty to see and learn. This was a quick stop for us,... 更多
We didn't know much about the history of the Hector before we arrived but the museum was packed full of information, the ship itself was interesting and the lady on the front desk was really informative and engaging. A pleasant way to spend a couple of hours learning more about the history of Nova Scotia.
This attraction is a truly eye opening experience of some of the original Scottish settlers and what they had to endure to get to the new land. There is a replica of their ship and you can go below and see what their day to day lives would have been like on a sea bound trip where the estimated time... 更多
Our visit was near the end of the season; so no crowds. Got a chance to take lots of unimpeded photos and to get close to all the attractions. Got a good look at the Hector; but couldn't go onboard due to some repairs taking place. Did have a chance to walk around the docks at the marina and to... 更多