Springhill Miners' Museum
While in Springhill checking out the anne Murray Center definitely check out the miners museum!
This museum, open during the summer months, documents the often tragic story of Springhill coal and offers visitors the unique opportunity of touring part of an actual mine.
An excellent place to learn all about mining in Nova Scotia. Springhill is well known as a former mining town.
“Great local museum with loads of artifacts about our history. From there you can walk the beaches or climb the trail on Partridge Island”
“Anne Murray Center is a must see especially if you love country music. It’s about a 45minute drive from the cottage. It’s worth the drive. ”
“Oceanfront dining at its best. Licensed dining, eat in or take out. Breathtaking views. Terrific food, and of course, specializing in local seafood.”
“This nine hole course has been described as one of the most scenic in Canada. A must visit for the golf enthusiast.”
“The Glooscap Restaurant has now been rebuilt and newly opened following a disastrous fire in December, 2018. It has long been a local landmark, serving lunch and dinner throughout the year. Always a popular place for families and community gatherings.”