Mi'Kmag Discovery Centre
Coast of Bays and Exploration Centre now known as Mi'kmaq Discovery Centre was built to honor and promote the region's spectacular attractions and to give tourists a chance to see readily what the region has to offer. Visit the gallery to see the work of the local artists, view fascinatingly exhibits, watch videos of the region in the audio visual room and have a peak at the 3-D map that make up our beautiful area. Visitors can also partake in craft making of aboriginal jewellery and moccasins.
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Gift shop, art gallery, exhibit hall, video of the region, archival storage, demonstration area, aboriginal crafts, jewellery, moccassins and craft demo.
+1 (709) 882 2470
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