If you are wanting to trace your family heritage, this is a good place to do it. Extensive archives. The displays feature Debert army camp, and history of Truro area. We were hoping for more artifacts, but the enlarged old photographs were good.
This beautiful building will be of interest to 1)those seeking information on their own Colchester County roots and 2)those interested in history in general. The exhibits are nicely set up, and the staff/volunteers are more than willing to help you with your research.
This is a wonderful spot. The exhibits are excellent and cover so many interesting aspects of the history. Also, the second floor is an excellent place for family genealogy if you have family in Colechester county.
Some nice exhibits and a very friendly staff. If you are connected to the area make sure you go to the archive. The staff there are a wealth of knowledge about the history of the area.
The main floor has lots of interesting history about Truro and the area. If history is your thing then this is the place to visit. .Also on the second floor you can find out about the history of your family from the Truro area. Many of the local families have already been researched so if yours is one of them,... 更多
What a great place to visit if you are interested in local history. Lots of nice displays that are changed from time to time, and usually a book sale in the basement. Very nice to visit for tea in the garden during the summer!
We are lucky to have our historical society. This is a great place to learn about local history and culture, and they also serve as a terrific resource for tracing your family roots.
This museum has SO much to share! There is a lot of history in Truro, but also in the surrounding districts. People doing architectural or genealogical research have come here with much success. The museum also has its share of resident ghosts. A local group of paranormal investigators has done investigations at the museum and gathered a lot of scientific... 更多
The Museum and Archives is a goldmine for genealogists especially those who are interested in settlers who came to the area in the 1760s. Many came from Northern Ireland (Ulster Scots), England and New England. Helpful staff and volunteers make your visit worthwhile.