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FireHouse Ironworks

109 Main Street, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia B0E 3M0, Canada
+1 902-756-4766
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Friendly informative iron works

A must stop on your way when travelling the highway. Tiny gift shop of the designs he makes and he... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2016
Ahartya
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Grand Etang, Canada
Forged in Family

My brother, teenage son and I took a trip just to learn to forge at the FireHouse Ironwroks with... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2016
Newfound L
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Tour a traditional working blacksmith shop. You can also register for an experiential tourism package to try blacksmithing for yourself. Custom commissions available. You dream it, We build it :)
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26 Aug 2016
“Friendly informative iron works”
4 Jul 2016
“Forged in Family”
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109 Main Street, Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia B0E 3M0, Canada
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Reviewed 26 August 2016

A must stop on your way when travelling the highway. Tiny gift shop of the designs he makes and he can do custom works as well. Which has pick my interest and given me a few idea's in the future. I bought a beautiful double...More

Thank Ahartya
Reviewed 4 July 2016

My brother, teenage son and I took a trip just to learn to forge at the FireHouse Ironwroks with Grant and we were greatly pleased with everything. The amount of and what I learned greatly surpassed what I was expecting and had a great time...More

Thank Newfound L
Reviewed 7 September 2015

Travelling from Alberta, we're doing a driving tour of NS. We're also trying to fit in an "activity" of some sort each day when we can, and hopefully something we can't do at home. When planning stopovers and seeing what there is to do in...More

1  Thank Mark S
Reviewed 10 July 2015 via mobile

Well what can I say but great things after a week spent at this wonderful establishment. A very relaxed teaching atmosphere but with a sharp focus from the owner one on one on correct blacksmith skills and transfer of knowledge from his head to yours....More

2  Thank 100brucebrown .
Reviewed 15 October 2014

I spent the day at Firehouse Ironworks along with several friends pounding steel and having a blast! Grant is a good teacher, has a deep knowledge of his craft, and his passion for it is infectious. This unquestionably stands out as a highlight from our...More

Thank DrewM439
Reviewed 1 October 2014

I took my mom and my wife here to try blacksmithing during our vacation.... It was awesome! The owner had them both pounding steel and loving it. He has a real knack for teaching it so anyone can understand it... Now we are building a...More

1  Thank Rob L
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