Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum

128 Gerrish St.
Windsor, NS B0N 2T0- Map It
(902) 798-1800

AAA Editor Notes

Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum is .75 km (.5 mi.) w. of Clifton Ave. at Haliburton House Museum. Exhibits trace the development of the sport of ice hockey from its origins around 1800 to the present. Displays include hockey sticks carved by Mi'kmaq Indians, wooden pucks cut from tree branches, early hockey nets and Acme Club Spring Skates that clamped to boot or shoe bottoms. Note: The museum temporarily moved to Haliburton House Museum ahead of a permanent relocation; phone ahead to confirm schedule. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
Combination ticket with Haliburton House Museum $4; $2.75 (ages 6-17 and 65+); $8.50 (family).
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5, June 1-early Oct.