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 buildings, with twenty-five of them open for visitors to browse through.
The Sherbrooke Village is a historic tourist attraction which reflects Nova Scotia during the industrial boom in the late 1800's and early years of the 1900's. Costumed interpreters and historic buildings make the Sherbrooke Village Museum an incredible place to step back in time.
Costumed interpreters in the Sherbrooke Village Museum (a restored 1860's lumbering and shipbuilding community) in the town of Sherbrooke along the Marine Drive, Highway 7, Nova Scotia, Canada.