About Us

Heritage Models Museum houses 32 hand-built miniature models depicting the history, culture, industry and heritage of River Hebert and the surrounding area.

This museum is the only place in the world where you can actually see a historical community rebuilt through one man's eyes and hands.

The museum also includes the "Days Gone Bye" building, which houses memorabilia, artifacts, pictures and information relating to the community.

On site there is a canteen and gift shop. Parking is free. The museum is wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair is on site if needed. 

Heritage Models Museum offers memberships. Your membership helps us to raise funds for the Museum. Each membership entitles the bearer and one guest (3 if a family) to free admission for the season.

Memberships are $10.00 single and $15.00 for a family.

"This may very well be the single most impressive tourist attraction we saw in our entire 13,000 mile trip."

-A. Trudel, B.C.

"My wife and I were impressed with the details of the models and the historic significance of the displays. The community must be very proud of this museum."

-R. Gilroy, N.S.

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