The Workshop used by Watson and Harry Smith has been preserved to appear just how it had while they worked to create the steel bottom milk and cream cans.
Smith started with a community hardware store providing many of the needs of residents of the community. The Village of Shubenacadie is a stopping point between Halifax & Truro, nestled against the Shubenacadie River.
Create wonderful handmade crafts to be enjoyed by locals as well as visitors. A little description Local Crafters have turned part of the main floor residents into a retail shop showcasing handmade crafts
The Village of Shubenacadie was a stopping point between Halifax & Truro – nestled against the Shubenacadie River. Shubenacadie is a community located in Hants County, in central Nova Scotia, Canada. As of 2006, the population was 2,074. In the Micmac language, Shubenacadie means "abounding in ground nuts" or "place where the red potato grows.
This facility is kept alive and vibrant by a wonderful group of Volunteers that are passionate about the History and Heritage of the Village