Haliburton House Museum

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Facility:Haliburton House Museum
Description:Stop in Windsor at Haliburton House - or "Clifton" as it was originally called. In 1842, an engraving of this house appeared in Canadian Scenery Illustrated with a caption describing it as "a small but elegant structure, delightfully situated on an eminence, which commands a noble prospect of the whole township." It was then the home of Judge Thomas Chandler Haliburton, author of the immensely popular Sam Slick stories.

Young visitors can enjoy games that some of Haliburton's children might have played in the convenient children's activity room.

Enjoy the scenic grounds and the municipal walking trails that take you from Haliburton House to the bottom of Ferry Hill near Shand House Museum, land that was once part of Haliburton's property.
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Address 1:414 Clifton Avenue
Address 2:
City:Windsor
State/Province:NS
Zip Code:B0N 2T0
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Hours:Open June 1-Oct. 15
Mon.-Sat., 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sun., 1 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Admission:Adult $3.25
Ages 6 to 17 $2.25
Children (under 6) Free
Seniors (65 years of age +) $2.25
Family $7.50
Telephone:(902) 798-2915
Website:Visit Website
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