We actually walked from the Fairview cemetery to this museum which was an interesting experience alongside the main highway with little or no footpath coverage at times and took us approx 45 mins. Even on our way out it was good 25 min + walk through the adjacent park and then a small overgrown cinder covered path which would render access to many difficult if not impossible, which is a shame as this is a great museum charting events of the 60's when town planning destroyed a whole community. The staff at the museum are friendly and knowledgeable and with some artefacts and stories to listen to this is an important part of Halifax's history however unpalatable it may be. Access by car is much easier and there is ample parking on site although you will need to keep an eye out for the small direction signs as it adjoins a very industrial area. There is seating outside if you wish to enjoy a picnic lunch. The whole museum is housed in the one room and will take approx an hour to fully enjoy, and an adult ticket is just under Cnd$6.