Joe McLane Blacksmith, Sherbrooke Village
Sherbrooke is famous regionally for being the home of Sherbrooke Village, an open-air museum. Sherbrooke Village employs the majority of residents in the area; estimated to around 100 full-time and seasonal workers. There are approximately 30 buildings including include a working blacksmith shop, a pottery shop, a water powered lumber mill (located off site), a tea room (restaurant), and several animal barns (sheep, horses, cow, chickens, turkeys, and peafowl or peacocks). Sherbrooke village is the largest component of the Nova Scotia Museum complex; it open in the summer from June to October and at select times the rest of the year.