Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
|Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site|
|National Historic Site of Canada|
Visitor centre at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
|Designated as a NHSC||1952|
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The Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, is a 10-hectare (25-acre) property in Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada, overlooking the Bras d'Or Lakes and Alexander Graham Bell's Beinn Bhreagh estate. The site is home to the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, which houses artifacts from Bell's work in Baddeck, and was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1952.
The museum features artifacts donated in 1955 from the Bell family's personal museum, located in the Kite House at Beinn Bhreagh. The museum also features memorabilia associated with Bell's experiments, including the tetrahedral shelter, the original HD-4 hull, a hydrofoil towing target, plus the contents of Bell's library. The museum also features displays relating to Bell's work with the deaf and how it led to the invention of the telephone.
- Alexander Graham Bell honors and tributes
- Alexander Graham Bell School, Chicago, Illinois
- Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia, the Bell estate on the peninsula of the same name
- Bell Homestead National Historic Site, Brantford, Ontario
- Bell Telephone Memorial, Brantford, Ontario
- Canadian Parliamentary Motion on Alexander Graham Bell
- IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal
- Index of Alexander Graham Bell articles
- National Historic Sites of Canada
- Parks Canada
- Volta Laboratory and Bureau, Washington, D.C.
- Alexander Graham Bell. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 25 August 2012.
- "Benefiting Humankind". Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site. Parks Canada. Retrieved 12 April 2012.
- Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site of Canada, Parks Canada website.