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Debert Military Museum

Located In Debert
Where To Find Us
Debert Military Museum
35 Acadia Ave
Debert, NS B0M 1G0
Areas Served Nova Scotia
Social Media Facebook
Phone 902-662-2860
Contact Irene Gratto, President, Debert Military Museum; Phone: 902-662-2860
Alternate Contact Susan Taylor, President, Debert Military History Society; Phone: After 5:00 pm 902-662-3875
Description & Services
Information The Debert Military Museum was opened in 1998 to preserve the history of Camp Debert and the significance it played during World War II. 
Dedicated to the preservation of the history and information pertaining to the Masstown area. Programs: Canada Day in the Park, quilting on Monday afternoons in winter. 
This museum is located in a barracks hut, and houses a huge collection of WWI, WWII, and Cold War–era military and peacekeeping artifacts, and a Russian photo exhibit. Areas of the museum include a Bunk Room, Army Room, Navy Room, Airforce Room and Chapel Room.
Hours May to August: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm 
September: Friday to Sunday from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dates Late May until late September.
Special Information
Tags Community Organizations ; Cultural ; Fundy Connect ; Museum ; Recreation Categories