Wondering where to have some family fun time this fall? Check out this list of corn mazes and pumpkin patches near Halifax.
Nova Scotia holds a great deal of memories, so it makes sense to honour those memories with memorials. Some of the memorials represent the legacy of great… Read more »
Getting out on the water is a time-honored tradition in Nova Scotia—after all, sometimes the water is too cold for swimming, so just float above it! Kayaking,… Read more »
The artists of Nova Scotia do all of Canada proud. From paintings to bead crafts to statues, there’s art made by Bluenosers everywhere. The following 25 places… Read more »
Nova Scotia has so much natural beauty to enjoy, but sometimes you don’t want to go too far off the beaten track. When you want to stay… Read more »
Nova Scotia is known for its farmlands, its fisheries, and its forests, but over the last forty years you’ll find that there’s been a growing local beer… Read more »
With so much of the great outdoors to explore in Nova Scotia, it makes sense to make your base in the great outdoors. The camping sites on this list range from provincial parks to glamping to wilderness camping, which gives you the option to start at your comfort level. Start a new tradition, find a new place, or revisit an old favourite, especially if you’re reuniting with friends and family. If you’ve got your heart set on a particular place, I suggest you book soon—summer is on its way, even if it doesn’t feel like it yet!
The Bay of Fundy is one of the natural wonders of the world, so it’s no wonder that there are plenty of ways to experience its majesty…. Read more »
Enjoying the winter beauty of Nova Scotia is as easy as going outside some days…or finding a fun place to hang out inside. There are plenty of places to enjoy a winter’s day quite close to Halifax. If you’re looking for an exercise filled day, an adventure to break up the monotony, a place to enjoy the winter beauty, or a place to shake off the winter blues, you’ll find what you’re looking for in and around the HRM.
Nova Scotia is a peninsula only by a few miles—it’s much closer to being an island. With coastlines known for being rugged and dangerous, lighthouses became a necessity. Lots of lighthouses. There are over 170 lighthouses around Nova Scotia, so you never have to go far. The 25 below are especially cool examples either for their history, their location, or their modern incarnations.
It is now officially Fall, and that means sweaters, beautiful fall colours, and spooky vibes. Now I’m not a big horror fan, but ghost stories are awesome,… Read more »