Field Trips in Nova Scotia
Day Trips in Central Nova Scotia
Truro and Area Heritage and Cultural Tour
Fossils, Gems and High Tides
North Shore Rural Discovery Tour
Fundy Tide Discovery Tour
Nova Scotia Attractions
From dinosaur fossils along the Bay of Fundy to the Fortress Louisbourg in Cape Breton, there is plenty to experience throughout the Province of Nova Scotia.
The Nova Scotia Museums
Our diverse family of 27 marvellous sites throughout the province which reveal our rich natural and cultural heritage.
The in-house public and educational programs and exhibits, as well as the outreach, province-wide programs are designed to be interactive, fun and hands-on. 1593 Barrington Street, Halifax, (902) 492-4422
Colchester Historical Society Museum
We encourage students to visit the museum to explore and enhance their appreciation of the history of the County of Colchester. Our exhibits change approximately every three months during the school term. 29 Young Street, Truro, NS. (902) 895-6284.
Glooscap Heritage Centre
Dedicated to the celebration of Mi’kmaw heritage. The Centre also has a modern Visitor Information Centre and a Gift Shop with an Aboriginal focus. 65 Treaty Trail, Truro Power Centre, Truro, Nova Scotia, B2N 5A9. Ph: (902) 843-3496.
Little White Schoolhouse
Devoted to the history of education in Nova Scotia from the mid-1800’s to the early 1970’s. The museum itself is a former one-room school. 20 Arthur Street, Truro, (902) 895-5170.
Symphony Nova Scotia
We are pleased to offer educational opportunities for children who are hoomeschooled. For the 2006-2007 season we are offering five exciting Open Dress Rehearsals and two ballet matinees at extremely low prices. 6101 University Avenue, Halifax. Contact Liz Naylor at (902) 429-0557 or Liz.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Naturalists Club
An opportunity for children 8 years old and up to connect with nature in a fun and informal way. Meets once a month for indoor meetings and to go on one field trip per month. Free to join. Trips free, too. Organized by the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, 1747 Summer Street, Halifax.