We miss field trips too. Let us help teach some of our important provincial stories through four curriculum-based virtual programs brought into your classroom online.
Nova Scotians and people around the world can experience part of the province's expansive museum collection online, from Jurassic-aged fossils to Mi'kmaq moose hair embroidery. Nova Scotia Made, Nova Scotia Used, Nova Scotia Found is a virtual exhibit showcasing images and information about 100 artifacts and specimens that reflect the diversity of the province's culture and heritage.
The Nova Scotia Museum is pleased to welcome you back to our sites! Since closing our museums in March, we have been working hard to find ways to connect with our visitors and share Nova Scotia’s remarkable natural and cultural heritage. We are excited to welcome visitors back to some of our museums.
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Our Museums may be closed, but we have plenty of ways to keep learning at home through our online activities, exhibits and videos.
Research is one of the fundamental activities of the Nova Scotia Museum. Our publications are available electronically through an Open Journal System catalogue hosted by Dalhousie University.
Maybe you've explored our collections - now we want to learn about yours. While we are all spending more time at home these days, why not create your own exhibit to show off your collection - just like a museum.
The Showcase of Nova Scotia Fossils and Geology video series has been developed for grade twelve students, featuring interviews and presentations from international palaeontologists who have studied the fossils and geology of the province.