After parking your vehicle in one of our free parking spots, take a walk up the hill to the McCulloch House Museum, where you can spend time reading newspapers from McCulloch's time to find out about the happenings in the busy port town of Pictou. Be entertained by McCulloch's satirical writings about Pictou and its people. In the kitchen, discover how his maverick ideas about education, religion, and politics brought the community to its boiling point in disagreement. Come and challenge your ideas about one of Nova Scotia's largest groups of immigrants in the 1800s. Find out how the Scots and the influence of their "new" ideas left a legacy for today's Nova Scotians. We have a number of artifacts belonging to Thomas McCulloch and his family throughout the House, so be sure to leave yourself lots of time to look around!