Nova Scotia

Located at the mouth of the Cole Harbour Salt Marsh, Rainbow Haven is the most popular supervised beach in Nova Scotia. During the summer months, thousands of visitors flock to the 1000 metre long...

What was once King George III's personal wood lot that provided masts for the Royal Navy has since become a 40 acre urban park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Shubie Park sits between the shores of...

Lawrencetown Beach is located about 30 minutes from downtown Halifax and is renowned by local and international surfers for it's surfing conditions. Lawrencetown Beach is a provincial park and...

A local favorite for swimmers and paddlers alike, Birch Cove Beach is located on Lake Banook in Dartmouth. Lake Banook is a small freshwater lake often referred to as "First Lake" and is home to a...

Home to the largest display of Big Cats and Primates in Eastern Canada, and birthplace of Rutledge, the World's Largest Lion, Oaklawn Farm Zoo offers visitors a wide diversity of animals. From...

Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site of Canada is located on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. The site's 10 hectares overlook Baddeck...

The Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History highlights the history of our planet, from ice age mammals to present day humans. At the museum,...

The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia is located just outside of Dartmouth on a three acre lot. Opened in 1983, the centre quickly...