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The Dartmouth Heritage Museum will be closed from December 24 to January 2 for the holiday. We will reopen on January 3 at 10:00 am. Happy Holidays to you and yours! Thank you to everyone who supported the Museum in...
Today, the winter solstice, is a perfect day to announce our next mini exhibit – Dartmouth in Wintertime. Dartmouth in Wintertime is a new temporary exhibit on the main level of Evergreen. It explores events and activities that took place in Dartmouth...
On December 16, we hosted our annual Christmas Cheer & Song event at Evergreen House and it was a wonderful success. Beautiful carols echoed throughout the hallowed rooms of Evergreen while picturesque snow fell outside. Our guests had a great...
You’re invited to join us on Saturday, December 16 for our annual Christmas Cheer & Song event. This year’s event is an open house. Drop in between 1:30-4:00 to enjoy carols, cookies, crafts and a visit the Museum.  Guests will...
On this day in 1804, Joseph Howe was born in Halifax. He was one of the most notable Nova Scotian political figures of the nineteenth century. He was a politician, public servant, journalist, and poet. In 1827, at the age...
Thank you to all who attended our Halifax Explosion 100th Anniversary reception on Wednesday. It was a wet day, but that didn’t seem to dampen anyone’s spirits. We appreciate all those who ventured out for our event and for the...
It’s time again for our annual Christmas Cheer & Song event! You’re invited to join us this year on December 16 for an open house. Drop in between 1:30-4:00 to enjoy carols, cookies, crafts and visit the Museum.  Guests will...
Join us for a reception on December 6 at Evergreen House following the Dartmouth Historical Association’s annual memorial service for Dartmouth victims of the Halifax Harbour Explosion at Mont-Blanc Cannon Park. Visit our popular exhibit, Explosion! Dartmouth’s Ordeal of the 1917...
Help us make hunger history this December. Here at the Dartmouth Heritage Museum, our mandate is to protect, preserve, and promote our heritage. We are therefore invested in insuring a future for our community, and food insecurity threatens that future....
The Dartmouth Historical Association’s annual memorial service to honour the Dartmouth victims of the Halifax Explosion will take place December 6 at 11:30 am at Mont-Blanc Cannon Park. The Park is located on the corner of Albro Lake Road and...