The Mahone Bay Museum preserves and interprets various artifacts relating to Mahone Bay and area’s history. We are currently working on providing access to pictures of artifacts in our collection. This sneak peek of the artifacts from our collection storage is under construction. Check back soon for more updates.
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The Mahone Bay Museum has an archival collection with documents and photographs related to Mahone Bay. Click here to view a selection of photos from our archives. Public access to these archives is available upon request. Please contact us if you would like to see a list of our archival holdings at 902-624-6263 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mahone Bay Museum also houses the Inglis/Quinlan collection, which is on loan to us from the Nova Scotia Museum. Percy Wellington Inglis was a ceramics collector who lived in Mahone Bay. His collection was passed on to his niece, Clara Quinlan, before it was acquired by the Nova Scotia Museum in 1986. Click here to view photographs of the Inglis/Quinlan collection.