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There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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Our marketing officer & museum manager singing songs last year. Hearts go out to the family & friends of from us.
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TDIH: (1842) The first underwater telegraph cable was installed by Samuel F. B. Morse from Governor's Island to Castle Gordon.
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Maritime Museum Oct 17
The Maritime Museum is pleased to host the first fall session of Symphony 101 with tonight at 7pm.
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Maritime Museum Oct 16
TDIH: (1970) CSS Hudson returned to Halifax, completing the first circumnavigation of the Americas.
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Maritime Museum Oct 15
TDIH: (1909) The schooner Acacia was wrecked at Clark's Harbour, Nova Scotia. All hands were saved.
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
Final tally: 1372 people! Thanks for another great -Ian
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
We just broke 1000!
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Nocturne Oct 14
Has anyone checked out the Waterfront zone projects yet?
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Maggie MacIntyre Oct 14
Powerful installation for ! Loved the audio stories!
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
CSS Acadia bathed in red light for -Ian
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Sea Dome Oct 13
will be screening a preview of our films ! See local art produced in a 360° geodesic dome! Total run time: 8mins!
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
Replying to @Pier21
Stunning! -Ian
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
Set up happening now for -Ian
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Maritime Museum Oct 14
TDIH: (1942) U69, commanded by Ulrich Graf, sank the Newfoundland-Cape Breton ferry Caribou in the Cabot Strait.
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Maritime Museum Oct 13
Replying to @XGelinas
I believe it would be, but I'll check with the museum curator! -Ian
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Nova Scotia Museum Oct 13
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Maritime Museum Oct 13
Join us tomorrow evening 6-Midnight for FOUR Nocturne projects here at the museum. -Ian
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Maritime Museum Oct 13
TDIH: (1910) A transfer through an Imperial order allows the Royal Canadian Navy to assume command at the Halifax Naval Dockyard.
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Maritime Museum Oct 12
TDIH: (1492) Christopher Columbus sights his first landfall in the New World at 2:00 am.
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