Uniacke Estate Museum Park | Nova Scotia Photo Spot

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Uniacke Estate Museum Park-Photo by Shawn M. Kent
Uniacke Estate Museum Park-Photo by Shawn M. Kent

An estate that was once the home of Richard John Uniacke, this lovely landmark is a must-visit for visitors to the area. Built in the early 1800s, the estate is now maintained as a museum and both the house, its interior and the grounds are lovely. Uniacke was Attorney General from 1797 until his death in 1830 and the nearby town is named in his honour. The estate covers several hundred acres and features the house, carriage house, and out buildings, all situated on a serene lake. (Uniacke, Nova Scotia, Canada)