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Save money, avoid hassles, get results & stay fit! We offer a full-service Travel Agency, Interpretative Guides, Heritage Consultation, Dance Classes & Marketing Campaigns including the Explorer.
314 Prince Albert Road, Annapolis Royal, NS
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site protects 426 square kilometres of diverse habitat within Nova Scotia’s South Shore Region—two distinct and separate natural regions given cultural context by longstanding Aboriginal heritage.
3005 Main Parkway, Maitland Bridge, NS
Port-Royal National Historic Site features a reconstruction of the Habitation, an enclosed wooden compound.In 1605, Samuel de Champlain helped establish one of the earliest European attempts at settlement in North America on land that is the traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq. Costumed interpreters will help you understand the challenges faced by the French as they carved out a new settlement. Let your imagination soar as you walk along the shore of the Annapolis Basin, and gaze at the same horizon that the Mi’kmaq experienced for thousands of years and that Champlain saw in 1605.
53 Historic Lane, Port Royal, NS
The Annapolis Basin Conference Centre is the largest dedicated conference facility in South West Nova Scotia, with gathering spaces for 10 to 800, all onsite within walking distance, and surrounded by the ocean.
761 Broadway Ave, Cornwallis, NS
We are very proud to be the signature exhibition for Annapolis and Kings Counties. These two counties host some of the most intense agricultural activity in the Province of Nova Scotia. Examples of some of that activity are on display in the buildings and on the grounds which make up the exhibition site.
570 Main St, Lawrencetown, NS
Visit Wolfville’s Visitor Information Centre for one-on-one help to discovering Wolfville, the Annapolis Valley, and the Bay of Fundy!
11 Willow Avenue, Wolfville, NS
Annapolis Royal is the perfect place to plan your next vacation, overnight stay, or day trip. A short 2 hour drive from Halifax, 1.5 hour drive from the Yarmouth Ferry or 30 minute drive from the Digby Ferry, Annapolis Royal is easily accessible.
236 Prince Albert Road, Annapolis Royal, NS
Step foot onto one of the most hotly contested pieces of land on the entire continent which became Canada’s first administered National Historic Site in 1917 – Fort Anne. In 2017, visitors can walk the earthen walls, explore the 1797 Officers’ Quarters Museum and soak up thousands of years of Canadian history.
323 St George St, Annapolis Royal, NS