The Acadian House Museum is dedicated to the Acadian way of life, as it once existed in the area. Established after the expulsion of the Acadians in 1755, the thriving communities of West Chezzetcook and Grand Desert developed through fishing and small-scale farming. Eventually other industries were established. The museum is one part of a larger site known as L’Acadie de Chezzetcook, which includes a tearoom as well as a working outdoor oven, barn, welcome centre, garden, and other areas.
Visit L’Acadie de Chezzetcook to experience their exciting and unique Acadian culture. Learn about the costal French village that once thrived in West Chezzetcook and Grand Desert area. Nearby are beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, walking and hiking trails, local shops and our own gift store featuring lots of Acadian themed memorabilia.