News & Events

An Intriguing Legend, a shipwreck and a sole survivor

A very interesting article from Hubpages.com all about Peggy’s Cove – the most famous tourist attraction in Atlantic Canada and a wonderful legend that has been brought to life by local artist and storyteller, Ivan Fraser. To read the article click here.

Record numbers of visitors at the Peggy of the Cove Museum

August was a record month for visitors at Peggy of the Cove with a total of 1034. Alex Richard was the 1000th visitor so he received Peggy of the Cove ‘Secrets’ limited edition book to honor the occasion. And his little brother Kaleb received a miniature museum. Both Alex and Kaleb are from Cap-Pele, New Brunswick.
Thanks for stopping by Alex, Kaleb and Mom and Dad. You visit was a treat.

'Peggy of the Cove' Limited Edition Doll

We are delighted to bring you the new limited edition ‘Peggy of the Cove’ doll. This doll was created by ‘Dollaneer’ April Fraser and will be a limited edition of only 25 dolls. The Peggy doll is twelve inches tall, with a soft body and smooth-cast head, arms and legs and blue eyes, she is wearing her blue 9th birthday dress, as told in the story ‘Peggy of the Cove’ by Ivan Fraser.

Geocaching at the 'Peggy of the Cove' Museum

Geocaching can be done at any time, any place and at over 2 million locations worldwide, now the ‘Peggy of the Cove’ museum is one of those locations. Come and discover the hidden secrets that this museum has to offer, not only about ‘Peggy of the Cove’ herself and her legend but also now the hidden geocache located somewhere at the museum. They say an adventure happens all the time – come and be part of it. For more information click here.

Pokémon Go comes to 'Peggy of the Cove' Museum

Catching a Pokémon is only half of the fun, catching two or more is even more fun, especially at one location. ‘Peggy of the Cove’ Museum has two, possibly even three, of these little devils for you to find and they are waiting for you right now. Come and discover some legends and stories around ‘Peggy of the Cove’ and have fun finding and capturing these little creatures at the same time. For more information click here.

David Weilacher Plays Janet’s Pump Organ

Playing a Pump organ is no easy task, but one young man, David Weilacher, was eager to give it a go and with great success.David and his family recently had a wonderful trip to Nova Scotia including the ‘Peggy of the Cove’ Museum, and as it turned out the highlight of the trip proved to be when David tried his hand at playing the antique instrument. To see the video click here

'Peggy of the Cove' books

Experience the next chapter in the ‘Peggy of the Cove’ story with Ivan’s fantastic books – ‘Peggy of the Cove – a legend brought to reality’ and ‘Peggy of the Cove – Secrets’. Available in both soft and special limited edition hardback books at the museum now.

Peggy’s Cove paintings and photographs

Stunning paintings and amazing photos available for purchase at the museum, many showing the stunning natural beauty and power of Peggy’s Cove, all by Ivan Fraser himself.

News & Events

An Intriguing Legend, a shipwreck and a sole survivor

A very interesting article from Hubpages.com all about Peggy’s Cove – the most famous tourist attraction in Atlantic Canada and a wonderful legend that has been brought to life by local artist and storyteller, Ivan Fraser. To read the article click here.

Record numbers of visitors at the Peggy of the Cove Museum

August was a record month for visitors at Peggy of the Cove with a total of 1034. Alex Richard was the 1000th visitor so he received Peggy of the Cove ‘Secrets’ limited edition book to honor the occasion. And his little brother Kaleb received a miniature museum. Both Alex and Kaleb are from Cap-Pele, New Brunswick.
Thanks for stopping by Alex, Kaleb and Mom and Dad. You visit was a treat.

'Peggy of the Cove' Limited Edition Doll

We are delighted to bring you the new limited edition ‘Peggy of the Cove’ doll. This doll was created by ‘Dollaneer’ April Fraser and will be a limited edition of only 25 dolls. The Peggy doll is twelve inches tall, with a soft body and smooth-cast head, arms and legs and blue eyes, she is wearing her blue 9th birthday dress, as told in the story ‘Peggy of the Cove’ by Ivan Fraser.

Geocaching at the 'Peggy of the Cove' Museum

Geocaching can be done at any time, any place and at over 2 million locations worldwide, now the ‘Peggy of the Cove’ museum is one of those locations. Come and discover the hidden secrets that this museum has to offer, not only about ‘Peggy of the Cove’ herself and her legend but also now the hidden geocache located somewhere at the museum. They say an adventure happens all the time – come and be part of it. For more information click here.

Pokémon Go comes to 'Peggy of the Cove' Museum

Catching a Pokémon is only half of the fun, catching two or more is even more fun, especially at one location. ‘Peggy of the Cove’ Museum has two, possibly even three, of these little devils for you to find and they are waiting for you right now. Come and discover some legends and stories around ‘Peggy of the Cove’ and have fun finding and capturing these little creatures at the same time. For more information click here.

David Weilacher Plays Janet’s Pump Organ

Playing a Pump organ is no easy task, but one young man, David Weilacher, was eager to give it a go and with great success.David and his family recently had a wonderful trip to Nova Scotia including the ‘Peggy of the Cove’ Museum, and as it turned out the highlight of the trip proved to be when David tried his hand at playing the antique instrument. To see the video click here

'Peggy of the Cove' books

Experience the next chapter in the ‘Peggy of the Cove’ story with Ivan’s fantastic books – ‘Peggy of the Cove – a legend brought to reality’ and ‘Peggy of the Cove – Secrets’. Available in both soft and special limited edition hardback books at the museum now.

Peggy’s Cove paintings and photographs

Stunning paintings and amazing photos available for purchase at the museum, many showing the stunning natural beauty and power of Peggy’s Cove, all by Ivan Fraser himself.