Places to stay in Joggins, Nova Scotia
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Joggins is a rural community located in western Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. On July 7, 2008 a 15 km length of the coast comprising the Joggins Fossil Cliffs was officially inscribed on the World Heritage List.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Joggins is located close to Hiram Brook, Reservoir Brook, Gilbert Lake, Long Lake and East Amherst.
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- Longitude: -64°26'31.56
- Latitude: 45°41'15.36
Things to see and do
Keillor House Museum
Located at 4974 Main Street. Yorkshire immigrant John Keillor built this gem of early Regency architecture. Costumed guides lead visitors through the elegantly furnished rooms and interpret nineteenth century life.
New Brunswick Railway Museum
Located at 2847 Main Street. Welcome to the leading railway museum in New Brunswick! The New Brunswick Railway Museum (NBRM) is located in Hillsborough, NB, and houses an extensive collection of railway artefacts. Come visit our museum to take a trip to the past, when trains were the primary transportation in New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Railway Museum is a project of the Canadian Railroad Historical Association (NB Division), a charitable organization dedicated to educating the public about New Brunswick's railway history.
Fort Beausejour Museum
Located at Aulac. Constructed by the French military in 1751, Fort Beauséjour was designed to defend the territory west of the Missaguash River (now the province of New Brunswick) during the French & Indian War. In 1755, after a short siege, the fortification was captured by the British colonial troops under the command of Col. Robert Monckton and renamed Fort Cumberland. It was occupied until 1835. This Parks Canada heritage facility contains the ruins of the original French Fort, outdoor interpretive displays, multi-media exhibits focussing on 18th military conflict between Britain and France and the expulsion of the Acadian people, and a museum containing artifacts related to the area and the construction of Chignecto Ship Railway (the Webster Collection). Wheelchair accessible.
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