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The Alexander Graham Bell Museum
A must for anyone visiting Cape Breton is The Alexander Graham Bell Museum.

This is one of Nova Scotia's finest national historic sites which commemorates the life and work of the man who created the telephone, as well as many other inventions.

The museum houses interactive displays, films, artifacts, models and a beautiful historic photo collection.

There is also a children's area and picnic facilities overlooking the Bras d'Or Lakes.

Contact Information

Phone: 1-902-295-2069
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Website: www.parcscanada.gc.ca
Location: Chebucto Street (Route 205), P.O. Box 159, Baddeck, NS, B0E 1B0

How to get there

Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site is located on Chebucto Street (Route 205), in a residential area on the east edge of the Village of Baddeck, a community of 1,000 people which is the municipal and service centre of Victoria Country, Nova Scotia.

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