WINTER HOURS: Monday - Friday 9 am -5 pm
McCulloch House tours available by appointment only. Please call or email.
Current Exhibit: Birds of Audubon
Dal 200 & Dr. Thomas McCulloch
Tartan Day: April 8 208 6:00 pm Music, Dance, Haggis, Scotch & Speaker, Veronica MacIsaac - Free admission
GIFT SHOP is restocked for Spring 2018
NEW STORIART SCARVES, Baby blankets, writing gloves have arrived. New titles! Jane Austen, Maya Angelou, F. Scott Fitzgerald ...
NEW Line of New Scotland Clothing arrived, including cozy PJ's & socks.
Heather Gems jewelry
Salt Lamps & candles
Members receive a 15% discount.
Please take a minute to browse our site and take the time to visit us in person.
We are located at 86 Haliburton Road (Genealogy Centre) and 100 Haliburton Road (Museum) in Pictou, Nova Scotia.
We can provide guided tours, or an informative self guided tour - whichever you prefer!
We also promote local history by offering exhibits about our community, our families, and the history of Pictou County at the Genealogy Centre.
Research requests and genealogy keeps us busy all year long! Our extensive research, archival, and library collection is a valuable resource for researchers, students, historians, and genealogists.
Hours of OperationMonday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
McCulloch House is open by appointment only - please contact us directly to visit.
ADMISSION$5.00 Adult$3.00 Student/Senior$16.00 Family5 & under is FreeRESEARCH FEE
$5.00 Unassisted per day/per person COPIES $0.25 per page
Members Pay no Daily Fee for Unassisted Research
$25.00* Research Requests per inquiry (We do the work for you!)
* Additional fees may apply based on the specific inquiry. MEMBERSHIP
(runs per calendar year)
Includes unlimited visits to the archives and to the museum; reduced rates for copies; 15% of Giftshop & Invitations to special events.
Copies are 10 cents per page for members.
VISITS ARE FREE EVERY FRIDAY
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HAGGIS - Hector Archiving Gateway and Genealogical Indexing System
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