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Take a Seat and a Take a Tour


559 Chebucto Street

1-902-295-2069


Overview

For many, a guided tour is the highlight of a museum visit. What better way to get a good overview of exhibits—and maybe even a story or two from the “insider” leading the tour?

We take the guided tour to the next level. From the comfort of your seat in the Alexander Graham Bell Presentation Hall, you’ll be led on a “virtual walk” through the site’s exhibit areas, focusing on the people, experiments and inventions that make the Bell story so compelling.

Family photographs offer a glimpse inside the Bells’ world, and there will be a few of those insider stories that everybody loves!

After the presentation, armed with a solid understanding of Bell’s personal and professional life, you’ll be well informed and ready to embark on your own exploration of the exhibit areas.


30 minutes
$3.90/person

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