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Perkins House Museum

The Perkins House Museum is a Connecticut-style house constructed ca. 1766 by Simeon Perkins. It is part of the Nova Scotia Museum Collection. Simeon Perkins came from Norwich, Connecticut and was a merchant in Liverpool. He kept a detailed diary of his business and family life, providing a fascinating view of town life from 1766-1812. A copy of this diary is on view in the house. All genealogical data has been extracted from his diaries and is available in the Thomas Raddall Research Centre archives.

Contact: Linda Rafuse, Queens County Museum (902) 354-4058

105 Main Street
Box 1078
Liverpool, Nova Scotia
(902) 354-4058

June 1 - October 15
9:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday - Saturday
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm Sundays

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