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I learned so much more about Alexander Graham Bell by going through this museum. He was a communication and transportation pioneer as well as a teacher, family man and humanitarian. His Silver Dart airplane is on display as is the boat he and associates designed...More
On our trip to Nova Scotia, we stayed in Baddeck for a few days as we explored the Cabot Trail. We were actually thrilled the day it rained so we could visit Alexander Graham Bell site (and Big Spruce...but that's another review...) MUCH larger inside...More
We stopped at this Museum on the recommendation of a friend. It was a delightful surprise and a lovely way to spend a few hours. Who knew Alexander Graham Bell had so many interest in his life? We learned that he use the money from...More
We were very impressed by the number of his various inventions and mechanical designs for aircraft, speed boats and sound recording devices. Displays cover his extraordinary range of interests. The landscaped grounds offer a view of the Bell estate across Baddeck Bay. I was particularly...More
We stopped here on a very dreary day and spent a couple of hours learning more about Bell, his inventions, and his life in Nova Scotia. I think the museum is very well done and we learned a lot. I especially enjoyed the large picture...More
Even if you don't know much about Alexander Graham Bell and you're not that interested in science, this is still a good stop off. Kids can fly kites. People can learn about Bell's interests and discoveries. There are photos and models and videos to watch....More
Everyone knows that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone but how many knew of his contributions to the hearing impaired community and various gliders?
The small museum has many exhibits on Mr. Bell's lesser known inventions and on his life starting in Scotland and ending...More
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This is a historic site like our national parks. It’s open every day 9am till 5 pm until October 30th. I don’t know if they have limited hours after that or if the weather dictates the hours. Our tour guide said he leaves... More
This is a historic site like our national parks. It’s open every day 9am till 5 pm until October 30th. I don’t know if they have limited hours after that or if the weather dictates the hours. Our tour guide said he leaves for the winter because there is so much snow. We had a very nice visit.