Welcome to the Tupperville School Museum
Visit our collection of Acadian, Mi'kmaq and Settler artefacts
in one of Nova Scotia's last remaining one-room school houses
There is a long history of Acadian settlements along the Annapolis River. Tupperville was once called Girouardville, after the Acadian Girouard family, who lived here 300 years ago.
We are fortunate to have a collection of items carved by Mi'kmaq artist, Louis Jeremy, who lived in Tupperville as a young man and is buried in Kingston, NS.
As a former one-room school house, we have many items related to teaching including original students desks, writing instruments, textbooks, and more.
2663 Highway 201
Open June - September
Mon - Tues
Wed - Sun
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Or by Appointment