Great museum in the heart of town. But, the staff was either untrained or just didn't care to give any information about the ship, the community or the areas history. Such a waste. Just take a picture and move on.
This was one of our main stops on our tour of nova Scotia. Boy on front desk very dour. Was told exhibition was self lead but we'd get a tour of boat. Didn't happen girl just stood on deck with her hands behind her back....更多
$8 admission was worth it to see the history and what people had to endure to start a new life. Thought they could have provided more information about what happened once they arrived. Would have been interesting to hear about he Native American's that were...更多
The museum was three floors of education and information. Visiting the ship itself, made us feel and understand the hardships immigrants endured in the past. The connection to the Scottish culture helped us learn about Nova Scotia's beginnings.
Four of us spent about 90 minutes exploring the history of this interesting ship and its' voyage from Scotland to Pictou. The history was well presented in a beautiful building and the replica ship was very interesting to see.
In the Museum there is an informative narrative of the journey of the Hector, showing scenes of the long voyage to Pictou from Scotland and the terrible privations endured by the 200 passengers, who were crammed into this small, old unseaworthy vessel. There is a...更多