Been everywhere man? The Hank Snow Home Town Museum celebrates one of Queens’ favourite sons. Housed in the former railway station where the singer was a frequent visitor, the Museum features personal memorabilia of the chart-topping artist, including his 1947 Cadillac convertible.
Canadian country music stars, including Wilf Carter, Ronnie Prophet and another Queens’ native, Carroll Baker are also showcased.

A re-creation of the Station Master’s office displays local railroading history and a gift shop offers rare country music CDs, tapes and unique souvenirs.

GPS 44.045540, -64.720448

Jessica Smith – Administrator
17 Hank Snow Drive, Liverpool, NS

Open year round weekdays 9am – 5pm
May 15 – October 15, also open Saturdays 9am – 5pm, Sundays 12pm – 5pm
Admission: $5 adults, $4 Students & Seniors (55+), Under 5 & Members free.