Scott Manor House

  • 15 Fort Sackville Rd. Bedford, Nova Scotia
  • (902) 832-2336

Attraction Info

Historic Homes

Built by Joseph Scott in 1749, the Scott Manor house is the only surviving gambrel-roofed house in Canada. The museum which boasts some of its original architecture houses several artifacts excavated from the adjacent military outpost.


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