The Trenton Heritage Museum is dedicated to researching information about the Town’s history through the residents, businesses, photos, newspaper articles and artifacts of our Town’s past. Tours through the museum are free, and you may sti to read or watch some of our documentaries.
We are always looking for donated items, photos or any information portraying to the Town of Trenton’s history. We can scan your photos (returning your originals back to you) or accept scans via our email. Donated photos are also welcome. If you feel you have anything of interest, it would be greatly appreciated.
Trenton Heritage is sponsored by the Trenton Heritage Society.
Hours of Operation
COVID-19 UPDATE (July 14, 2020)
In order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 to our volunteers and visitors, the Trenton Heritage Society has decided not to open the Heritage Museum at this time. Due to the limited space available, we would be unable to follow social distancing protocols set by the Probince of Nova Scotia if we allowed public access. Our volunteers continue to be on site updating records and researching. Volunteers can be reached during our regular hours by phone or email as posted below.
Tuesday & Friday
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Trenton Heritage is located in the Trenton Civic Building (120 Main Street).
Use the Forge Street Entrance next to the Trenton Library.
PO Box 328, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0