14 of the weirdest museums in Canada

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The Anne Murray Centre, Springhill, Nova Scotia

Yes, there’s a museum dedicated to the Snowbird herself. Springhill is the small coal-mining town where Anne Murray grew up, so it’s only natural that they have a comprehensive collection of Murray memorabilia, including videos, awards, clothing, and instruments. Along with the musical memories, the centre–which has welcomed more than 400,000 visitors since its opening in 1989–also promotes Acadian and Nova Scotian music.

More info: Annemurraycentre.com

 

Photo by Anne Murray Centre