Who we are​

The Margaree Salmon Museum is a registered charitable organization devoted to the history and preservation of artifacts associated with the peoples, activities and nature of the Margaree River Watershed.

Our contact information is:

The Margaree Salmon Museum
60 East Big Intervale Road,
P.O. Box 46
North East Margaree, Nova Scotia
B0E 2H0, Canada

 

Tel.: 1-902-248-2848

 

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Fun Facts

The Margaree Lake Ainslie Watershed is designated a Canadian Heritage River, one of only 42 such rivers across the country. The Shelburne River is the only other Heritage River in Nova Scotia.