Ottawa House Museum

The Ottawa House By-The-Sea Museum is a unique attraction along the Parrsborough Shore. It contains an assemblage of over 450 artifacts which are on display in an open, visitor friendly environment. You can walk through the rooms of this historic building, and step from time period to time period, from walking the decks of a schooner to entering the summer boudoir of Mrs Tupper. From the huge windows overlooking the front veranda you can enjoy the magnificent vista of the Minas Basin with its daily 40 foot tides.


1155 Whitehall Road
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
B0M 1S0


Tel: 1-902-254-2376



Nova Scotia Attractions: Ottawa House Museum

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