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Peggys Cove Lighthouse Blue Hour St Margarets Bay

During blue hour, the light at Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in St. Margaret's Bay in Nova Scotia, Canada sends out a greenish yellow starry glow.

The beacon atop Peggy's Cove Lighthouse in St. Margaret's Bay in Nova Scotia, Canada emits a beautiful colored glow during blue hour. The water gently laps up against the rocky coastline as the horizon brightens in soft pastel colors from the rem ...
Historic Horse Drawn Wagon Wharf Road Sherbrooke Village

In the town of Sherbrooke Village, a horse drawn wagon travels along Wharf Road.

A horse drawn wagon travels along Wharf Road in historic Sherbrooke Village. A woman dresses in historic clothing walks along the street. Horses pulling a wagon traveling along the Main Road, Wharf Road, in the Sherbrooke Village Museum (a restored ...
St Catharines Museum Directional Signs Welland Canals Centre Ontario

Directional signs displayed outside the St. Catharine's Museum at the Welland Canals Centre in St. Catharine's in Ontario, Canada.

Multiple directional signs outside the St. Catharine's Museum at the Welland Canals Centre in St. Catharine's, Ontario in Canada, create an interesting topic for visitors to the area. The directional signs display the distances to various ports from ...
Saint Boniface Museum Facade Winnipeg City Manitoba

The facade on the Saint Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba displays how buildings were built in the middle of the 19th century. The blossoming hedge adorned in pink flowers is an added attraction to the facade of this historic building.

The windows on the facade of the Saint Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba date back to the years of its construction between 1845 and 1851. Green wooden shutters adorn each window with the old styled design of squares making up the panes of glass. ...
Dalnavert Museum Winnipeg City Manitoba Canada

The Dalnavert Museum (Sir Hugh John Macdonald House) is a National and Provincial Historic Site in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada.

Partially shaded by lush, green trees, the historic building built in 1895, houses the Dalnavert Museum, also known as the Sir Hugh John Macdonald House which is highlighted by the summer sun. The Dalnavert Museum is a perfect example of the late ...
Saint Boniface Museum Entrance Winnipeg City Manitoba

Tall trees in the pristine gardens of the Boniface Museum in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba tower over the area before visitors make their way to the entrance.

Formerly the Grey Nuns Convent, now home to the Saint Boniface Museum in theCity of Winnipeg, Manitoba, this historic building was built in the years between 1845 and 1851. Inside the museum, visitors will find a rare collection of artifacts dating back to the Fr ...
Cliff Exhibit Miguasha National Park Museum Gaspesie Peninsula Quebec

This cliff exhibit at the Miguasha National Park Museum in the Gaspesie Peninsula in Quebec, Canada is filled with history about the fossils removed from the cliffs.

The Story of a Cliff at the Miguasha National Park Museum in the Gaspesie Peninsula in Quebec, Canada is one that visitors find extremely interesting. A one and a half hour guided tour will take people around each exhibit but many people like to ...
Colorful Childrens Museum Sign Winnipeg City Manitoba

A colorful sign marks the entrance to the Manitoba Children's Museum at The Forks in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada.

A fun filled adventure for children and adults begins outside the Manitoba Children's Museum in the City of Winnipeg at the colorful sign. Each letter has been individually painted in colorful hues and built into the rolling mounds of brick. The museum opened it ...
Historic Whaling Boat Red Bay National Historic Site Labrador

Artifacts dating back to the whaling years around Labrador are on exhibit at the Interpretation Centre at the Red Bay National Historic Site. At this display, a historic whaling boat used by the Native Indians is towered over by a wall mural.

Once used to hunt whales, this historic whaling boat, also known as a Chalupa, is on display at the Interpretation Centre at the Red Bay National Historic Site in Labrador, Canada. A large wall mural of whalers, a whale and the boat once used, cr ...
Saint Boniface Museum Winnipeg City Manitoba

The grounds and exterior of the Saint Boniface Museum, the former Grey Nuns Convent in St. Boniface in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The Saint Boniface Museum, formerly the Grey Nuns' Convent, is the oldest building in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada. This historic building was built between 1845 and 1851 for the Grey Nuns who came to the Red River Colony and is now home to the museum ...
Miguasha National Park History Museum Quebec Canada

Various specimens of plant and fish fossils on display at the Natural History Museum in Miguasha National Park in Gaspesie, Quebec in Canada.

The Miguasha National Park in Gaspesie, Quebec in Canada was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 due to the thousands of preserved fossils which have been removed from the cliffs of the Escuminac Formation. Many of these fossil specimen ...
Manitoba Childrens Museum Entrance The Forks Winnipeg

As children arrive at the entrance to the Manitoba Children's Museum at The Forks in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada, their eyes light up at the colorful sign.

The colorful sign at the entrance to the Children's Museum at The Forks in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada, has been built into the rolling mounds of sidewalk brick. The museum first opened in 1986 with Phase II being completed in 1988 and by 1994 the th ...
St Catharines Museum Sign Canal Driving Tour Ontario

The Canal Driving Tour is explained on the sign outside the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre in Ontario, Canada.

Outside of the St. Catharines Museum in Ontario, Canada there is a large sign which explains the Canal Driving Tour. This driving tour starts along the west side of the Welland Canal with signs along the way giving visitors information about a few ...
Royal Saskatchewan Museum Garden Regina City Canada

Blossoming flowers adorn each garden at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in the City of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada.

As the climate warms up around the City of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada, the flowers in the garden at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum blossom in an array of hues. The garden in the foreground is made up of a mixture of pink colored flowers while ...
Manitoba Childrens Museum Sign Winnipeg

A fun filled day for all age groups starts at this colorful sign at the entrance to the Manitoba Children's Museum in the City of Winnipeg.

Twenty-two years ago in June of 1986, the Manitoba Children's Museum opened their doors to an incredible place where families can play and learn. The sign outside the museum shows off its colorful display of letters luring many tourists in for an ...
Lunenburg Nova Scotia Fisheries Museum

The Fisheries Museum in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is housed in a heritage building with a bright red exterior and historic signs located around the area.

A large anchor sits outside the Lunenburg Fisheries Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada which represents part of the fishing heritage of the Atlantic coast of Canada along with the rest of the museum. The exterior of the Fisheries Museum is brightly pa ...
Costumed Musician Sherbrooke Village Museum

A costumed woman is a musician in the historic Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada who entertains the visitors.

A woman costumed in time appropriate clothing wanders the Main Road in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada with her guitar in hand. This musician can be found around the village, playing her songs for all the tourists.A musician ...
Costumed Interpreters Sherbrooke Village Museum

Costumed interpreters chat outside one of the historic houses in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Outside one of the houses in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada, costumed interpreters are available to inform visitors of their ways of life. The village dates back to the 1860's to pre-WW1 where there are about eighty building ...
Jail Barred Windows Sherbrooke Village Museum

The barred windows displayed at the jail in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The jail at the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, was built back in 1862 and the barred windows ensured that prisoners would not escape. There were cells upstairs for the women and three cells downstairs which housed the men and every jai ...
Printing Shop Sherbrooke Village Museum Nova Scotia

An interpreter who works at the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada shows visitors how the press in the printing shop operates.

Dating back to the 1860's, the printing shop at the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada displays some historic printing equipment. An interpreter who works for the village museum explains to tourists visiting how the presses work and ...
Blacksmith Shop Demonstration Sherbrooke Village

A blacksmith in his shop shows visitors to the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada a demonstration of his work.

A blacksmith works hard in his shop as he gives tourists to Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada, a demonstration of his daily work. The blacksmith makes ironwork for the restoration of the Sherbrooke Village and pieces can be bought ...
Historic Drug Store Sherbrooke Village Museum Nova Scotia

A man in costume sits below the sign for the Sherbrooke Drug Store in the historic Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada.

An interpreter who works at the historic Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada relaxes outside the Sherbrooke Drug Store which dates back to the 1880's. The building has only needed a few restorations since then and inside the drug sto ...
Colorful Historic Buildings Main Road Sherbrooke Village

Visitors can wander the Main Road in the historic Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke in Nova Scotia, Canada and explore the colorful buildings.

The Main Road in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia is adorned with historic buildings painted in bright colorful shades. The Cumminger Bros building is a General Store which tourists can browse through to see ho ...
Historic General Store Supplies Sherbrooke Village Museum

The shelves in the general store are stocked with supplies in the historic Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia.

A variety of supplies line the shelves in the Cumminger Brothers General Store at the Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia. Small glass bottles, brushes, poultry food and boxes filled with supplies are a few of the ite ...
Sherbrooke Village Museum Sign General Store

A sign which advertises for goods sold at the Cumminger Brothers General Store in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia in Canada.

A sign in an old wooden box advertises goods for sale at the Cumminger Brothers General Store along the Main Road in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada. The items in the general store are on display to show tourists what the sma ...
Historic Village Woman Sherbrooke Nova Scotia

A woman dressed in historic clothing wanders the street in the Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The main road in the historic Sherbrooke Village Museum in the town of Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia is adorned with overhanging trees and white picket fences. A woman dressed in dated clothing wanders along the main road who can help tourists to under ...
Lunenburg Nova Scotia

The City of Lunenburg in Nova Scotia, Canada is a proud UNESCO World Heritage Site as you can see by the historic buildings.

Docked at the wharf in the City of Lunenburg in Nova Scotia, Canada is the historical Bluenose II which become the world's most famous vessel. Situated on the dock behind the Bluenose II is a fisheries museum where visitors can visit and see how ...
Medicine Bottles Picture

Shelves at the Sherbrooke Drug Store in Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia are lined with ancient medicine bottles dating back to the 1880's.

Living in 1880 was a totally different way of life that we know today and this picture of the old medicine bottles on a shelf in a drug store are proof of that. At the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia, visit the drug store and ...
Sherbrooke Village Wagon Ride Nova Scotia

A wagon ride along the Main Road of Sherbrooke Village is a unique way to see this tourist attraction in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Beautifully groomed horses pull a wagon full of people through the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada. As they pass by the Sherbrooke drug store which dates back to the 1880's, people can either exit the wagon or continue the ride t ...
Beaver Family Statues Fredericton New Brunswick

Statues of a beaver family are displayed in the garden at the Historic Garrison District in Fredericton, New Brunswick in Canada.

A historic building in the Historic Garrison District in the downtown area of Fredericton, New Brunswick stands in the background of these statues of a beaver family. Many statues are on exhibit in these gardens but the beaver family is definitel ...
Sherbrooke Village Drug Store Nova Scotia

The entrance sign and the doorway to the drug store in the Sherbrooke Village Museum along Highway 7 in Nova Scotia, Canada.

The building that houses the drug store at the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada dates back to the 1880's with only a few restorations having to be made. At this village, you can wander through the drug store and browse at all the ...
Water Wheel Sherbrooke Musuem Nova Scotia

The historic wooden water wheel working for the visitors that come to the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada.

An old wooden building that was once home to the McDonald Bros Sawmill in Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia still has an old wooden water wheel in workable condition that was used for powering the sawmill. Considered as the largest Nova Scotia museum, this ...
Market Square Museum Saint John New Brunswick

Benches surround the fountain outside the New Brunswick Museum in the Market Square located in downtown Saint John.

Before entering the New Brunswick Museum, you can sit by the fountain and listen to the trickling of the water in the Market Square in downtown Saint John. As you wander through the Market Square you will find the small cafes, shops, an exquisite ...
Royal Ontario Museum Lobby Toronto

Once you enter through the lobby of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Ontario be prepared to view over six million items that are on display here.

The elegance of this building is breathtaking as you make your past the lobby into a world of culture and natural history that can be explored in themed galleries throughout the Royal Ontario Museum. Someone is always at the front desk in the lob ...
Maple Syrup Museum Ontario

The Maple Syrup Museum in Sundridge, Ontario is a unique place to explore while also learning about the process of syrup making.

Old wooden chairs and a table sit outside the Maple Syrup Museum in Sundridge, Ontario with exhibits displayed in the window. Tour through the museum to see how syrup is made, visit the gift shop and then purchase a container or two of the delici ...
Brantford Ontario Mohawk Institute

An information sign outside the Mohawk Institute in Brantford, Ontario with the historic building standing in the background.

The Mohawk Institute in Brantford, Ontario is situated on the Six Nations Reserve and the doors to this building were first opened in 1904 when it was used as a school for the local children. Now this heritage building is used for the administrat ...
Drug Store Medicines

Shelves full of a variety of medicines on display at a drug store at the Sherbrooke Village Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Back in the 1880's, this is what the shelves of a drug store looked like with small and large bottles of medicines in hope of curing any people that came down with illnesses. When you wander through the Sherbrook Village Museum in the town of She ...
Engine House Museum Saint John New Brunswick

A building that houses the Old No 2 engine house is now a museum that tourists like to see when visiting Saint John, New Brunswick.

Flags blow in the breeze outside of the museum that is home to the old No. 2 engine house that is located across from Kings Square in the downtown core of Saint John, New Brunswick. A sign outside of the museum explains a few of the historic feat ...
Beaver Statues Historic Garrison District New Brunswick

Beaver statues are displayed in the garden at the Historic Garrison District in downtown Fredericton in New Brunswick, Canada.

The Historic Garrison District in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick is a place where you can relive history and these beaver statues are part of the decor. As you wander through the gardens these beavers are one of the many statues that are on ...
Bear Costume Picture

A funny picture that was taken of a person dressed in a bear costume wandering with a member of the RCMP at the RCMP Museum in Regina, Saskatchewan.

This bear mascot is part of the RCMP Academy at the RCMP Museum in Regina, Saskatchewan and strolls the grounds with a woman officer. Wearing a jacket and a hat from the uniform of the RCMP, it must get awfully hot in this costume on warm, sunny ...
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