The Queens County Museum is an accessible museum for people of all ages. There are washrooms and picnic benches on site. We have our own parking lot, so parking is free to all visitors. Just moments away from the heart of Liverpool, our friendly staff will accommodate you as best we can.

Looking to book a group tour? No problem! Just give us a call at 902-354-4058 for more information.

Pets are not allowed in the Museum.

Queens County Museum Location

The Queens Heritage Complex includes the Queens County Museum Building and Gift Shop, Thomas Raddall Research Centre, and, a few steps away across the lawn, the Perkins House Museum.

One stop – multiple heritage ‘sites.’

Find us at: 109 Main Street in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada

Queens County Museum Map

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Directions

Highway 103 South

Take exit 19 and turn left. At the set of lights, turn right onto Bristol Avenue. Travel 1 km and turn left at the three way intersection onto Main Street. Travel 550 m and turn right into the Queens County Museum parking lot. The key symbol can be conveniently followed to our location.

Highway 103 North

Take exit 19 and turn right. At the set of lights, turn right onto Bristol Avenue. Travel 1 km and turn left at the three way intersection onto Main Street. Travel 550 m and turn right into the Queens County Museum parking lot. The key symbol can be conveniently followed to our location.

Highway 8

Follow highway 8 through Milton to the set of lights. At the set of lights, turn right onto Bristol Avenue. Travel 1 km and turn left at the three way intersection onto Main Street. Travel 550 m and turn right into the Queens County Museum parking lot. The key symbol can be conveniently followed to our location.

Highway 3

Head north along highway 3. Take a slight left around the corner where highway 3 becomes Payzant Street. Travel 900 m and turn left onto Main Street. Travel 1.1 km and turn left into the Queens County Museum parking lot.

Queens County Museum

Queens County Museum Building and Entrance
Queens County Museum Building and Main Entrance

Simeon Perkins Museum

Simeon Perkins Museum
Simeon Perkins Museum

Travel Links

In order to better accommodate your visit to Liverpool, Nova Scotia, here are some links that may be of interest.

Region of Queens Travel Guide

This site contains everything you wish to know about staying in Queens County. From restaurants to accommodations, the Region of Queens is sure to make planning your trip to Liverpool much easier.

Nova Scotia

This site contains a wealth of knowledge for your trip to Nova Scotia. We highly recommend visiting this page if you need help planning your trip.

Nova Scotia Webcams

This site offers up to date views of the South Shore and other parts of Nova Scotia. Wondering whether Peggy’s Cove is foggy or if it’s a perfect beach day at White Point? Check out this site and see for yourself! There’s even a link that shows you a live lobster trap!

Nova Scotia Museum Complex

The Queens County Museum is proud to be complexed with the Perkin’s House. The Perkin’s House is the oldest museum within the Nova Scotia Museum Complex and this link will take you to their website so you can see the various provincial museums that Nova Scotia has to offer.

Routes to Your Roots

The Queens County Museum houses the Thomas Raddall Research Center. This center is a part of Routes to Roots, where you can come in and research your family tree.

Thomas Raddall Research Centre

Whether you are trying to find information on the history of Queens County or your family genealogy, the Thomas Raddall Research Centre contains a wealth of information that may assist you in your search.

HotelsCombined Website

Search for accommodations in the Liverpool, Nova Scotia Area.