Apple Capital Interpretive Centre
The Bay of Fundy's Minas Basin
Dill's Atlantic Giant
Fox Mountain Country Music Festival Fox Mountain Camping Park
Halls Harbour Lobster Pound 1157 West Halls Harbour Rd, Kentville (902) 679-5299
Historic Gardens Annapolis Royal
Lunenburg Ocean Adventures
Oaklawn Farm Zoo
Robie Tufts Nature Centre
Upper Clements Park
Cafés & Coffee Shops
Wild Caraway Restaurant & Cafe 3721 Hwy 209, Advocate Harbour, B0M 1A0
Fundy Restaurant 34 Water Street, Digby, NS (902) 245-4950
Halls Harbour Lobster Pound 1157 West Halls Harbour Rd, Kentville
Union Street Cafe 183 Commercial St Berwick
Falcourt Inn Restaurant 8979 Highway 201, Nictaux, RR3, Middleton, B0S 1P0
Blomidon Inn 195 Main Street, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, B4P 1C3
Front and Central 117 Front Street Wolfville, B4P 1A5 (902) 542-0588
Pubs & Clubs
End of the Line Pub 73 Queen St, Bridgetown
Acoustic Maritime Music Festival
Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival (902) 678-8322
Atlantic Theatre Festival Wolfville, NS
Deep Roots Music Festival PO Box 2360 Wolfville, B4P 2G9
Blair House Museum
Greenwood Military Aviation Museum
Kings Country Museum
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
Centre Stage Theatre Society 61 River St, Kentville
Did you know?
Other areas in NS
Other interests in NS
Other areas in Canada
Start your journey in the historic seaport of Yarmouth. Yarmouth is about 3 hours from Halifax and is the hub of this southwestern tip of Nova Scotia. This area is renowned for its Acadian history and it is speckled with colourful fishing villages, steeped in culture, charm and natural beauty. Tourists will also discover the oldest courthouse in Canada, the largest wooden church in North America, and museums and galleries. Over 400 years of Acadian history make this area ideal for exploring the French-speaking villages. Explore Acadian culture through the museums and music festivals.
The power of nature is evident all along the magnificent Fundy coast, with its world-famous tides. From the seaport of Yarmouth, the tides of Fundy rise until they reach a high of up to 16.5 metres (54 feet) at the headwaters of the Bay of Fundy's Minas Basin.
A nature lovers paradise with the ever changing landscape of rocky shores, fertile farmlands, salt marshes and broad sandy beaches. Migrating shore birds, whales and diverse marine life can be found in July and early August.
Go whale watching, hiking, kayaking along the rugged coast, try some world famous Digby Scallops. Explore historic farms and fishing villages along the coast. The fertile Annapolis Valley is home to the world famous apples orchards and the Nova Scotia wine region.
Do you know something special about attractions in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia?
Would you like information about your business to appear in a "Did you know?" space? Here's how.