Birthplace of Hockey Museum – Special Opening for Tournament


Thorburn Golden Hawks at the Birthplace of Hockey Museum in Windsor NS

As the Birthplace of Hockey Tournament On March 17 and 18 as well as March 24 and 25 the Birthplace of runs over the next 2 weeks, the Birthplace of Hockey Museum in Windsor NS will be open both weekends.

The special opening will allow visiting players, parents and members of the public to view the hockey artifacts and memorabilia that portrays the history of hockey from its early days to present.

Whether you are visiting the West Hants and Windsor area for the annual Birthplace of Hockey Tournament at the Brooklyn and Hants Exhibition arenas or just interested in hockey’s proud history it is worth stopping by to see the collection.

Pictured left are the Thorburn Golden Hawks who took the time to view the artifact and proud hockey history that surrounds the Hants County and Windsor area. Below youth from another team try their hand at the antique table top hockey games.

The museum will be open Friday and Saturday March 17 and 18 as well as March 24 and 25 from 10 am to 4 pm.


Birthplace of Hockey Tournament team playing table top games in the attic at the museum

As tournament games continue through the week, the museum will be again be open to the public this Friday March 24th and Saturday March 25th.

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