Prescott House Museum

Annapolis Valley

This museum is housed in what is considered to be one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in Nova Scotia: the former home of the horticulturalist who introduced many of the apple varieties grown in the Annapolis Valley. The museum is about a 9km drive from Wolfville via Port Williams.

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