Ross Farm Museum is a living, working, farm museum depicting 150 years of agriculture in Nova Scotia. Rosebank Cottage, the original home of the Ross family, was built in 1817. During your visit there, you may see food being prepared over an open fire, straw hats being woven or wool and flax being spun! There is also a working blacksmith shop where hardware is produced for the farm, and a working stave mill and cooperage producing barrels, butter churns, spoons, buckets, and even snowshoes!
Ross Farm is part of the Nova Scotia Museum collection, with special events almost every weekend, year-round. Ross Farm Museum is located on highway #12 in New Ross, Nova Scotia, just 15 minutes from the Lighthouse route.