Memory Lane Heritage Village
Lake Charlotte Area Heritage Society
5435 Clam Harbour Road
Lake Charlotte
NS
Canada
B0J 1Y0
(902) 845-1937
1 (877) 287-0697
(902) 845-2501
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STBA
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Destination Halifax
$8.00 General Admission; $6 Senior; Youth (Age 6 - 17) $3.00; Child (Age 0 - 5) Free; Tour & Chow Special $16

Memory Lane Heritage Village, located in Lake Charlotte in the Eastern Shore region, is an award-winning living history village depicting life in rural Nova Scotia during the 1940s.

 

The village features 16 rescued and restored buildings with period artifacts including a general store, one-room schoolhouse, church, icehouse and cookhouse. Rural industries such as gold mining, forestry, fishing and boat building are represented in our village buildings and activities. Antique vehicles include a 1928 Model A, a 1948 International pickup and a 1949 Farmal Cub Tractor. 
 
Most buildings include soundscape audio, and costumed guides are on hand to provide tours, answer questions and demonstrate traditional skills. 
 
Enjoy our mobile media apps, avialable on your personal mobile device, or on a rented tablet, as well as the kittens, Ask the friendly storekeeper for details! Children will love the kittens, lambs, and chicks that roam the grounds. 

 

The Village Cookhouse serves traditional 1940s food (called chow) from 11 AM to 3 PM. A “Tour & Chow” special is available, as well as senior / youth / and group discounts.

 

Also on site is the Eastern Shore Archives where visitors research their Eastern Shore family roots. The Archives is open one day a week during the summer, and by appointment. Call in advance, and visit our website for more information about our holdings.
 

Village & Cookhouse open daily June 15 to Sept. 15, 11am to 4pm. Gift shop with traditional crafts, books and heritage gifts is open to the public, through the main entrance of the “Hosking Store”. Admission is charged to see the rest of the Village. Visit our website for details.

 
We Host Regular/Special Events. To see a list of our Events Click Here.
Take a stroll back in time
Our kittens love a good cuddle.
Hanging out the Laundry
Cookhouse Chow
There's lots to investigate in the Village workshop.
Fun for the whole family
We make donuts every Dominion Day.
Washing the old fahioned way is fun.
Gold panning by the Dufferin Pond.
Don't miss all things harmonica at the Atlantic Canada Harmonica Festival.