The Cornwallis Military Museum situated in Cornwallis Park on the shores of the Annapolis Basin in the Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia is dedicated to those who trained and served at HMCS/CFB Cornwallis from 1942 to 1994. Built during WWII to train seamen needed for the ongoing Battle of the Atlantic, HMCS Cornwallis was the largest naval training base in the British Commonwealth. The Museum exhibits the full history of the base, the tri-forces and the Merchant naval through displays of artifacts, documents and photos.
Facilities / Services
- Gift shop
- Wheelchair accessible
Date details/Hours of operation
10:30am–5pm (1–5pm in Sep); closed Tue.
Details: Admission adults $3, children under 15 $1.