Founded in 1948, this museum is Canada’s oldest and largest maritime museum. It moved to 3 different locations before settling in its current location in 1981. Here, you will find an exhibit about the sinking of the RMS Titanic and how Nova Scotia helped recover bodies. In this exhibit you will find the world’s largest collection of wooden items from the Titanic as well as some belongings of victims. Besides the Titanic exhibit, they also have vessels that they show. The most popular one is CSS Acadia. She was a patrol ship during the first and second world wars and she is the only ship left having served both world wars. Other exhibits include The Halifax Explosion, Shipwreck Treasures of Nova Scotia, and The Days of Sail.