A Sporting Day of Horse & Carriage Driving 

Saturday, August 9, 10 am - 3 pm. Presented by The Nova Scotia Driving Society in Conjunction with Historic Sherbrooke Village. The Sporting Day focuses on traditional horse and carriage driving and includes three phases: a Turnout Inspection, a Country Drive and the Cones Course. The Country Drive will commence at Sherbrooke Village and continue along the St. Mary’s River on the Sonora Road, Carriages will return to Sherbrooke Village for the Cones Course & Turnout Inspection. 


Time Traveler’s Reunion

Saturday, July 26 to Sunday, July 27

What a perfectly authentic setting for a Steampunk Social, featuring a garden party, fashion show, workshops, and entertainment. Take a tour of the working blacksmith, wood turner, pottery, printer, and visit the ambrotype studio for period photography. Costuming encouraged but not required... it's YOUR adventure!

Enjoying a beautiful day by the St. Mary's River

About Sherbrooke Village

Located along the shores of the beautiful St. Mary’s River, Sherbrooke Village depicts a typical Nova Scotian village from 1860 to pre-WW1. With approximately 80 buildings, over 25 of those open to the public, it is the largest Nova Scotia Museum site.   Visit the woodturner shop, blacksmith, pottery shop, ambrotype photography studio and printery. 

Be social

Toll Free Number 1-888-743-7845

With These Two Hands


Hands on History

Hands On History invites people young and old to participate in Village life by offering a “Hands On”, interactive, educational and fun experience.

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School group tours


Hands on History

Hours & Admission

Sherbrooke Village is open:
June 1st - October 4th
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
7 Days a Week

Admission for 2014
Adult - $11.75
Child - $4.75 Children under 6 FREE
Family - $32
Senior - $9.75
Adult Season Pass - $18.75
Family Season Pass - $39
Group Rate - $10 per/person
Note: All prices include applicable sales tax and are in Canadian Funds

Buy one Get 27

Give the Gift of Heritage

One pass gets you and your family into all 27 provincial museums!