At Ross Farm Museum we want our visitors to understand the importance of the land in Nova Scotia’s past. We want you to see why we take pride in our rural heritage. Let us help you discover what life was like on a Nova Scotian family farm during the 1800's and early 1900's.
Domesticated animals are an important part of everyday life at Ross Farm Museum. See our oxen as they help us to cultivate the land, harvest crops, and move heavy objects.
Visit us at Ross Farm Museum, chat with our friendly interpreters, and find out what life was like in the 19th century.
Sleigh or wagon rides are offered on weekends depending on weather conditions from January 12th till the end of March.Wagon rides take place daily here at Ross Farm from May up until the end of October.