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Acadian House Museum

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AuntieAnn wrote a review Aug 2018
Langley, Canada33 contributions5 helpful votes
Fantastic food. Get there early as some items sell out. Desserts to die for. Home cooked food. Very small seating area, and the staff can become overwhelmed when a crowd arrives but they smile and laugh making for a fun time. Loved it. It would be a regular place for me to go if I didn't live on the opposite side of the country.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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sarahnaid wrote a review Aug 2018
Listowel, Canada370 contributions121 helpful votes
We stopped in here on a Sunday afternoon. For just $3 we were given a tour around by a student who was clearly fascinated with history and keen to point out what the various knick knacks had been used for. The museum is small so even with a tour it only took us half an hour to see. As people visiting from out of province, the one thing that might have improved the experience was a brief overview of the Acadian people to start - who are they and why should we care about their story? Still for a small museum, it was exceedingly well run. Glad we stopped in.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Ann P wrote a review Jul 2018
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom16 contributions10 helpful votes
We had a little trouble finding the Acadian House Museum (SatNav issues), but were very pleased when we finally got there. The entrance fee was a very reasonable $3, and for that we were treated to a tour with a knowledgable and friendly young guide, who was clearly proud of her community and its history. The items in the museum had been donated by local families, so it was all authentic and unpretentious. It was fascinating to build up a picture of a way of life and the traditions that grew up around it. It’s a small museum, but packed with interest. Recommended.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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JeanYHZ wrote a review Jul 2016
Waverley, Canada714 contributions240 helpful votes
Our young local guide was pleasant but not very knowledgeable about her subject, particularly as it pertained to the Acadians of Chezzetcook. Nor did she seem particularly interested. This is a very small, inexpensive museum but a little enthusiasm and more interaction with the visitors would be good ... and would go a long way to impress our tourists.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Bonita14 wrote a review Feb 2016
Nova Scotia12 contributions7 helpful votes
This cozy spot for lunch has a friendly atmosphere and very delicious food! Great spot for any occasion!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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