The Birthplace of Hockey Museum is open for the summer season.
Hours & Admission
June 16 – Oct 2
Wed – Sun; 10-4
Free admission for July and August, 2021
For information on special viewings or group tours, please contact us at 902-798-1800 or by email at BirthplaceOfHockey@gmail.com
Know Before you Go
While enjoying fresh air and exercise on our grounds and trails, we remind everyone to follow NS Public Health’s guidelines and restrictions regarding physical distancing, mask-wearing and gathering limits. Thank you for your understanding and continued support. By working together, we can ensure that everyone remains safe and healthy.
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Mar 30, 2016, Milestones in ice hockey history: 1925 – The Victoria Cougars of the WCHL became the last non-NHL team to win the Stanley Cup. 1946 – Maurice “The Rocket” Richard scored his first of three overtime goals in … Continue reading
“Mike Cambell, 90 years old of New Waterford, Nova Scotia still to this very day straps on the gear and laces up the skates in scheduled Old-Timers hockey games in Cape Breton. He could very well be the oldest active … Continue reading
Oct. 3, Windsor Nova Scotia, The Windsor Hockey Heritage Society has announced it will host an official Star Shield unveiling and installation. The Society was successful in securing the shield late this summer which had been presumed lost in a … Continue reading
Sept 17, 2016, Windsor Nova Scotia, In late August we had a very pleasant visit in Windsor when James Jessome arrived with his “Walker Stick”. The stick has its roots in Cape Breton and is considered one of the oldest … Continue reading
August 17, 2015, Windsor Nova Scotia, Believed to have been destroyed in a fire in 1947 – 1948, the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society is now the proud owner of the rediscovered 1924 Starr Shield Trophy. The 1924 Starr Shield has … Continue reading