Le Village historique acadien de la Nouvelle-Écosse

Location
Located in Lower West Pubnico
Where To Find Us
91 Old Church Rd
Lower West Pubnico, NS B0W 2C0
Areas Served Yarmouth County
Contact
E-Mail villagehistorique@ns.aliantzinc.ca
Phone 902-762-2530 
Toll free: 1-888-381-8999
Contact Roger d’Entremont, Executive Director, Le Village historique acadien de la N-É; Phone: (Business) 902-762-2530; Fax: 902-762-2543; Email: roger@ns.aliantzinc.ca
Alternate Contact Kathy, Program Director, Le Village historique acadien de la N-É; Phone: (Business) 902-762-2530
Mailing Address c/o Le Village historique acadien de la Nouvelle-Écosse 
PO Box 70 
Lower West Pubnico, NS B0W 2C0
Fax 902-762-2543
Website levillage.novascotia.ca/
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Description & Services
Information  
 
Le Village historique acadien de la Nouvelle-Écosse is located in Lower West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, on a breathtaking 17-acre point of land overlooking picturesque Pubnico Harbour, and represents the unique Acadian culture of Nova Scotia.  
 
Le Village’s mission of providing a greater understanding and appreciation of the Acadian culture, traditions, language and way of life is fulfilled by allowing visitors to take a step back in time and experience traditional Acadian culture and the lifestyle of bygone days.  
 
Visitors learn and enjoy history as it unfolds before them through animators in period costumes who re-enact many aspects of the Acadian life of yesteryear, leaving our visitors with a deep appreciation of the history and lifestyle of the Acadians of Nova Scotia. 
 
 
In celebration of Canada 150, Le Festival Acadian Chez-Nous À Pombcoup will take place July 16 -22, 2017. Enjoy a Kitchen Party on July 21with great live local music in the historical homes of the Village. Show starts at 7pm! On July 22 the Kespu'kwitk Métis Pride Southwest Nova Gathering will take placefrom 1:30pm to 9:30pm at the Village. Food, water and cake will be served at no cost! There will be six performers: Sébastien Dol, LaBaie en Joie (dancers), Jacques Surette, Alfred Saulnier, Julien Babin and Cy from N.B., drumming, traditional food and Métis Memorabilia and displays. Don't Miss out! 
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Eligibility Free Parking
Hours Open first Monday in June to last Friday in September.  
Please contact for specific dates. 
Daily, 9am - 5pm
Special Information
Tags Canada 150 ; South Shore Connect ; Visual Arts