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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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TDIH: 1882: The schooner Harriet was lost off John's Ledge carrying a cargo of coal.
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Maritime Museum Dec 16
Festive films in progress in the Warehouse Theatre! ‘Celebration at Sea’ is on until 5pm. Hope to see you today at the museum! 🎉 🎥
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Maritime Museum Dec 16
The crafting has begun! Head on over to the Maritime Museum on this snowy day for our family fun-day! It’s a literal marshmallow world with our crafts. ❄️ ⛄️
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Maritime Museum Dec 16
Celebration at Sea has begun! 🎉🎄🎉 Join us for a family fun day today (December 16th) for crafts, festive films, holiday heritage facts and more! ⚓️
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Maritime Museum Dec 16
I will check with and update the heritage factoid! Thanks for pointing it out. :)
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Maritime Museum Dec 16
TDIH: 1982: HMCS Sackville, the last corvette was decommissioned.
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Maritime Museum Dec 15
It’s the night before ‘Celebration at Sea’ and our desks are looking crafty
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Maritime Museum Dec 15
Free parking tomorrow just in time for ‘Celebration at Sea’ 🎉 here at the museum!
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Maritime Museum Dec 15
Reminder! ‘Celebration at Sea’ is tomorrow (Saturday December 16th) here at the museum. Crafts, festive films, holiday heritage facts and more!
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Maritime Museum Dec 15
TDIH: 1853: The schooner Eagle, 88 tons, was lost off Tusket Island.
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Maritime Museum Dec 14
Looking forward to this piece of verbatim theatre recreating the inquiry following the and now being live-streamed on Sunday.
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Maritime Museum Dec 14
Replying to @Humbledore
Thank you for sharing your story
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Maritime Museum Dec 14
We had so much fun last year is coming back on February 9th for round 2 of ‘Devour the Sea.’ Featuring some of Nova Scotia's most renowned chefs & delicious local ingredients paired with wines & films, the evening is sure to delight! Tickets:
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Maritime Museum Dec 14
Mail in package for our Shoebox program! We are still collecting donations to make a mariner merry this holiday season.
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Maritime Museum Dec 14
TDIH: 1909: S.S. Earl Grey commenced service between Charlottetown and Pictou.
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Maritime Museum Dec 13
Replying to @malcolmhalifax
By 1981 she was already a museum ship and still is at the Museé maritime du Québec (Photo via Wikipedia commons by Bernard Gagnon)
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Maritime Museum Dec 13
Excited for ? Built in 1968 the HMCS Bras d’Or was the fastest warship in her day with xwing-like hydrofoils below the surface resulting in speeds up to 117 km/hr. Those speeds might not jump you into hyperspace, but it was a big jump in tech for her time. 🚀🚢
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Maritime Museum Dec 13
Pop-up holiday cards are just one of the crafts on offer at our ‘Celebration at Sea’ family fun day this Saturday December 16th!
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Maritime Museum Dec 13
TDIH: 1907: The ill-fated seven masted schooner Thomas W. Lawson, grounded and sank off the Scilly Isles.
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British Museum Dec 12
Happy ! The Jewish festival of lights starts tonight, and lasts for eight nights. This is an 18th-century Hanukkah lamp – each night one light is lit over the course of the festival
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