Thank you for your interest in the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society and the Birthplace of Hockey. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.


Thomas C. Haliburton’s “Clifton House”. Known as Haliburton House Museum and host to the Windsor Hockey Heritage Center Museum


Windsor Hockey Heritage Society
PO Box 43o Windsor
Nova Scotia Canada, B0N 2T0

Hockey Heritage Museum
Haliburton House Museum
424 Clifton Ave, Windsor, NS

Telephone: 902-798-1800

Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum is now closed for the off-season.

We want to thank all of you for visiting with us this summer and for the terrific staff, volunteers and Society members that worked with us in the hockey heritage museum as well as from the Haliburton and Shand House museums. It was a great season and we look forward to seeing you all next year.

Please keep in touch and follow us for our off-season activities (Long Pond Classic Jan 25-27 2019 and Golf Fore! Hockey May 2019). We will open for special tours as able. For information contact us at 902-798-1800. or email us (BirthplaceofHockey @ .

Please come visit us in 2019 and see some of the terrific artifacts and history from the beginning, evolution and development of ice hockey circa 1800 to present day.

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When visiting the Hockey Heritage Center Museum it can be found at 424 Clifton Ave, Windsor NS as reflected in the Google Map image below.