Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Sherbrooke Village 2

Sherbrooke Village 2

Sherbrooke Village was established in 1969 to preserve a part of Sherbrooke to show what a typical 19th-century village in Nova Scotia.  The village is part of the Nova Scotia Museum. 

Today's photos show the Sherbrooke Hotel and Tea Room, Rosebank Cottage and a few shots of the community.  Today, the hotel serves meals and Victorian tea.  Rosebank Cottage is used for visitors who would like to dress up in costume while they are exploring the village.

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