A tour steeped in intrigue

Discover Cumberland’s history on the streets as the Cumberland.

Discover Cumberland’s history on the streets as the Cumberland Museum and Archives presents Bucket of Blood Walking Tours, hosted by local author Kim Bannerman.

Set in Cumberland, Bucket of Blood is part local history and part gothic murder mystery. Observe and explore the alleys, side streets, and buildings featured in Kim’s latest novel, while delving into the rich history and captivating folklore Cumberland has to offer.

Even if you have not yet read Bucket of Blood, you will find this tour steeped in intrigue!

Tours cost $12 per person, or $15 including an admission to the museum, and take place between 10 and 11:30 a.m. on a number of Saturdays throughout the summer months. Group bookings are available by request.

For further information, call the Cumberland Museum at 250-336-2445, or visit cumberlandmuseum.ca /events.

— Cumberland Museum and Archives

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