Pass through the gated entrance of Uniacke Estate Museum Park and experience part of Nova Scotia’s history. Surrounded by towering old growth trees, the tranquil lane you’re traveling on winds its way along the historic Halifax-to-Windsor stage coach route - the province’s first highway.
Here along the peaceful shores of Lake Martha, Richard John Uniacke, Nova Scotia’s first Attorney General, built an elegant country estate, a prominent testimony to his accomplishments and prosperity.
Enter the doors of the grand old house and discover a place untouched by time, containing original family furnishings, portraits and personal belongings, set out as they were when Richard John lived there. Seven interpretive nature trails will help you explore the sprawling 930-hectare estate with its rich natural heritage, historic archeological sites and splendid forests and vistas.