Have you ever wondered how wedding dresses have changed over the past 100 years? If so, the O’Dell House Museum in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia is the place to be in June. (A fitting exhibit for a town once honoured as “One of the Best Places to Kiss in Canada”!)
Using artifacts from the museum’s collection as well as dresses borrowed from the community, this exhibit will look at the developing trends and styles in wedding dresses over the past century.
To enhance the festive atmosphere, the O’Dell Museum will be dressed for an 1860s style wedding. For the 2009 bride, this may even be a location to have wedding pictures taken.
For exhibit dates, hours and additional information, contact Ryan Scranton, Director, at 902-532-7754 or visit http://www.annapolisheritagesociety.com