Port Hastings Museum & Archives is a popular tourist destination in Port Hastings. It is located near the Cape Breton Island, and you can see the beautiful strait of Canso. The strait has played a pivotal role in the development and growth of the city. Photographs, archival and genealogical records and other artifacts about the same are displayed here. In addition to this, the industrial development of the town since the late 18th century is displayed here with the help of records and papers. Mark Boudreau, a famous miniature shipbuilder made a number of models of the actual vessels that traversed the strait. Several of these are displayed here, in addition to the work of J. Franklin Wright, a well-known artist.
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How to Reach Port Hastings Museum & Archives
- By taxi
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Port Hastings Museum & Archives Reviews & Ratings
Fascinating Place to Visit I stopped at this place to instruct a course in of their rooms they make available to support the local community. The work the group has done in gathering historical artifacts from the building of the Canso Causeway, to the local school text books from the early days was amazing. So many beautiful pictures, displays and information. A must see for anybody that grew up in the area. Will return to spend a day there in the near future !!