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Museum of Natural History
The Museum of Natural History is one of 28 sites across the province that make up the Nova Scotia Family of Museums. The history of the Museum can be traced back 150 years to 1868 as the Provincial Museum. The Museum of Natural History is responsible for the collection, preservation and interpretation of Nova Scotia's natural and cultural heritage for Nova Scotians and visitors to the province. The Museum has permanent exhibits on the natural and cultural history of Nova Scotia, as well as visiting exhibits that change throughout the year. Volunteers work directly with staff and the public in three main areas: animal care, school programming, and public programming. Volunteers gain experience in public speaking and museum interpretation, as well as working in a team environment and working with a variety of ages.

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