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Come calling at “Acacia Grove”, an elegant Georgian house in the picturesque Annapolis Valley. Here, horticulturalist Charles Prescott cultivated Nova Scotia’s apple industry from 1811 to 1859. Discover how his great grand daughter, Mary Allison...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1633 Starrs Point Rd, Port Williams, Nova Scotia B0P 1T0, Canada
Was driving to Wolfville, saw signs for the Museum and decided to stop. It was a great choice! This is a historic home of the area. It is very inexpensive, $3.90 for adults!! A whole family is only $8.65 a real bargain!
It was neat...More
My mother and I visited this beautiful museum that her father had brought me to 32 years ago. The staff member who met us at the door was Incredible! She took us on a detailed tour and showed us all the levels while talking of...More
Set back off a secondary road East of Williams Port, the house is a god example of late Georgian architecture and a colonial estate. It is not as large as other prominent homes but is a bit unique in its design. It is furnished in...More
This is a fine example of a Georgian home, and its builder contributed to the apple growing in the Annapolis Valley. The house interprets the whole history of the family who built it, sold it, eventually got it back when a great-granddaughter reacquired it after...More
Over the summer my kids went to a children’s program at the Prescott House. They had a wonderful time, staff where friendly and patient. Our local museums are a treasure to be explore. Unplug your family and add a visit to Prescott House to your...More
The furniture, beautiful rose gardens, and history of early settlers are amazing. Tour guides are knowledgeable and kind. Tabes are set for dinner with authentic period china from England where Charles Prescott was born, apple farmer extraordinaire. No line ups, quiet and peaceful property.
Had some time and signs led us out in the country to this place. It is a beautiful home with local flavor. They took the time to give us a tour which is helpful. Worth the ride out and for seniors it is about $3.00...More
I was exploring Port Williams area when I happened upon this museum mid-week. I lucked out on a personal tour and it proved a highlight of this visit to Nova Scotia. The museum gives you a real feel for the planters whose energy and initiative...More
This museum was included in our Nova Scotia Museum Pass. We found it very interesting to learn about Mr. Prescott and his influence on apple horticulture in Nova Scotia. We also found interesting the display about apples, featuring real apples as it was September. We...More