Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic in Lunenberg, a UNESCO World Heritage town, is an ideal Nova Scotia travel destination for those interested in the history of the Maritime Provinces visiting an East Coast Nova Scotia museum.
Glenora Inn and Distillery, Canada’s only distiller of single malt whiskey, offers a delectable Nova Scotia getaway, featuring a Cape Breton restaurant, pub, and Nova Scotia accommodations
Grand Pre National Historic Site treats Nova Scotia visitors to Acadian history and genealogy, from the story of the Acadian Deportation to the Longfellow Monument.
Nova Scotia’s Glooscap Trail and the Five Islands illuminate Mi’kmaq history and Maritimes culture.
The Highland Village Museum, a popular Cape Breton Island attraction, offers a glimpse into a 19th Century Celtic community including Celtic folk music and traditions that reflect upon rich Nova Scotia history and genealogy
Learn how to cook a Nova Scotia lobster, or visit Nova Scotia restaurants in Cape Breton, Peggy’s Cove Fishing Village or the Annapolis Valley for a lobster boil.
Learn how to eat a Nova Scotia lobster to enjoy lobster season at Nova Scotia restaurants from Peggy’s Cove to Cape Breton
The Black Cultural Centre of Nova Scotia near Halifax is a Nova Scotia museum dedicated to the history of immigrants of African and Caribbean descent in this East Coast Canada destination.