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Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos

Discover Acadian History & Culture

At Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos, we research and preserve past Acadian history and culture. We invite you to see things anew through the lens of our outstanding collection of archives, articles and numerous other historical pieces. You’ll learn more than you ever thought possible and expand your understanding of Acadian culture. 


Historical Society

Learn about Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos including our history and how we got started, the collections we have accumulated over the years and how you can get involved in the Historical Society. 

Explore the Museum

Learn about the museum including information about the Acadian House, explore our traditional Acadian garden, view current exhibitions and unearth our rich Acadian history through a collection of interactive educator resources.

Acadian History

From the very beginning, our aim has always been to archive our rich Acadian history and try to explain all the wonder that it holds. T historical society opened the doors of Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos in order to educate and inspire our fellow residents. Over the years, our reputation has grown and we are now considered a must-see History Museum for all Nova Scotian residents and visitors.


Explore Acadian History

Discover our rich Acadian history by learning the roots of Pubnico and the origins of the name, the Acadian genealogy of the municipality of Argyle, and learn how you can donate to our museum.

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Research Centre

Visit our Research Centre to explore the rich history of the Acadians. The centre contains original publications, books and genealogy. A unique collection that contributes to the collective archival effort of preserving Acadian culture.

Explore the Research Centre

Examine the records in our research centre including the Archives du Pere Clarence, 100 articles written by Father Clarence-J. d’Entremont, historical articles on local Acadian history and learn about Pubnico's historic churches.