Tour of Ottawa House "By The Sea" Museum, Delightful lunch on museum veranda and knot tying workshop with sample knot to take home
Enjoy a relaxing and delightful lunch on the veranda of the Ottawa House Museum, while watching the Minas Basin tides flow. Experience the breathtaking vistas of rugged headlands, beaches, flora and shorebirds.
Once a summer home to Sir Charles Tupper in 1871, the mid 1700's dwelling is immersed in the rich seafaring history of the first settlers. A guided tour of the museum and its many artifacts will delve into the history of a bygone era.
Here you will experience first hand how to tie a rope knot that would have been used in day to day life of a sailor. The rope knot that you tie yourself and take home will be a great reminder of your day at the Ottawa House Museum.
Beachcombing, hiking trails and a mystical place that the Mi'kmaq legend of Glooscap called home. Enjoy all of the hospitality and pleasures of this historic site.
Coupon code: P7691
Affiliations: Central Nova Tourist Association, Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia
Valid: June 15, 2012–September 8, 2012
Must call to make reservation in advance. Min. of 2, max. of 6 visitors at a cost of $25.00 each. Open daily from 10am to 6pm. We can work in the tide times, as you might prefer to visit area during high tide or low tide. Lunch plans will be made to your dietary choice, within budget. Weather permitting lunch will be on veranda.