Sherbrooke Village Museum
Make yesterday your tomorrow! Explore Nova Scotia's 19th century heritage, brought to life by costumed interpreters, including blacksmiths, potters, weavers, wood turners, printers and ambrotype photographers. At Sherbrooke Village, every day is a trip back in time.
Village Treasures & Gift Shop
While visiting Sherbrooke Village be sure to drop into Village Treasures & Gift Shop to pick up artisan-made crafts by our Wood Turner, Potter, and Weaver. Take home a recipe book printed at our print shop. You will find a large collection of souvenirs and giftware.
New this year at Village Treasures & Gifts: local crafters have consigned goods such as quilts, knitting, paintings, sea glass pictures and jewelry. There is something for everyone at the Village Treasures and Gift Shop! Shop online at: www.sherbrookevillage.ca
In the 1860s, timber, tall ships and gold ruled life along the St Mary’s River, turning Sherbrooke into a prosperous boom town. Today, the picturesque village still stands proud, just as it did more than a century ago.
Explore this incredible living museum site where costumed interpreters bring history to life in 25 original heritage buildings on 53 acres, offering plenty of room to breathe the fresh air. Make our past your adventure by taking part in one of our many daily activities and experiences or by signing up for a multi-day learning camps and events.
Stop by Village Treasures & Gift Shop for a wide selection of unique village-crafted gifts. Enjoy a delicious meal at McDaniel’s Tea Room.