Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site on the shores of Bras d'Or Lakes is tribute site to the scientific discoveries of Alexander Graham Bell while living in Baddeck, NS, Canada. Some of the prominent artifacts on site include the hydrofoil boat (set the 1919 world record for speed on the water at 70 kilometres an hour), AEA Silver Dart, telephone and his experiments with kites. The site contains the original artifacts of his time.
Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes sightseeing, and picnicking.
Because it is a big part of Canadian history which helped change the way we live today. Every person who visits the region has an opportunity to see the actual artifacts used and developed by Alexander Graham Bell. It is a must see attraction in the Baddeck area.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site includes a museum, gift shops, rooftop lookout, wheelchair friendly, picnic area, tea room, internet, artifacts, interpretive tours, programs, and parking.