Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia

10 Cherry Brook Road, Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia, Canada

Website

902-434-6223

About Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, Halifax

The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia provides educational and cultural experience to its visitors about the the largest indigenous Black community in Canada. The museum was established in 1983 and is run by The Society for the Protection and Preservation of Black Culture, a charitable organization.

What to Do at Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia?

Things to Do at Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia

Explore the rich cultural history of the largest indigenous black community through the vast collection of stories and memorabilia that includes community life, religious life, military service and migration dating back to the 1600s.

Children can learn about African Canadian Heritage in a fun atmosphere.

Take part in the events at the Centre including  concerts, as well as educational activities in the form of workshops, lectures and guided tours.

Guided tours for groups are available for schools, businesses, organizations and private groups.

The venue can also be rented for private functions.

When to visit Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia?

Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia Hours

Monday – Friday: 10am – 4pm

Saturday: CLOSED except  June to September: 12 noon – 3pm

Sunday: CLOSED

Time required to visit:

1 – 2 hrs, depending on interest

How much will it cost to visit Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia ?

Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia Admission

General Admission – $ 6.00

Children 5 and under: – FREE (Accompanied by an adult)

Students / Seniors – $ 4.00 (with ID)

Members – FREE

Educational Presentations / Group Tours – $ 5.00 p.p.

Family of five (2 Adults & 3 children) – $ 20.00

Types of payment accepted – Mastercard, Visa, Amex, Cash, Debit

How to get tickets?
At the Door

How to get to Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia?

Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia Location and Directions
10 Cherry Brook Road, Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia : corner of Cherry Brook Road and Main Street, just outside of Dartmouth.
Lat: 44.703092 Lon: -63.471913
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Parking: available

Public Transit Accessible

What about amenities and accessibility?

Accessibility

Wheel chair accessible
Service animals allowed

Amenities

Wash rooms/ family friendly
Café
Picnic tables

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