2663 Highway 201 Tupperville Nova Scotia Canada
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Home of Tupperville's early education, Acadian, and Louis Jeremy history

Tour the original one room schoolhouse, explore our Acadian history and learn about Louis Jeremy, historical Miq Maq artist

Saturday Socials

This year the Tupperville School Museum is excited to present its exciting list of talks and demos. Come and learn about our history and surroundings, learn new and old time crafts and skills or just enjoy the party.

No upcoming events.

About Us

The Tupperville School Museum was built in 1858 and was in use to 1970; one of the last one room schoolhouses in existence in Nova Scotia. In 1972 it became a museum.

The museum collection has 3 focuses; original schoolhouse artifacts, Acadian Girourad genealogy from the original Acadian family living in Tupperville, and Louis Jeremy artifacts. Louis Jeremy was a Miq'Maq resident of Tupperville. He was much loved and respected for his generosity to other Tupperville inhabitants. He was also a builder of canoes, fiddles and an artist who made many different wooden decorated objects. The museum is proud its collection of Louis Jeremy artifacts.

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Please visit our Schoolhouse Museum. We are open July - August Wednesdays to Fridays 10 -5

Tupperville School Museum

2663 Hwy 201 Tupperville Nova Scotia Canada

(902) 665-2579

Open July and August

Mon

By Appointment

Tue

By Appointment

Wed

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thu

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Fri

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sat

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sun

10:00 am – 5:00 pm