Fort Point Lighthouse Park
Fort Point Lighthouse Park*

21 Fort Lane, Liverpool, NS - 902-354-5260
Situated in Liverpool on the South Shore, Fort Point Lighthouse Park is the site where deMonts and Champlain landed in 1604 and a Privateers’ fort that defended the town and the trading routes ...

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Hank Snow Home Town Museum
Hank Snow Home Town Museum*

17 Hank Snow Dr, Liverpool, NS - 902-354-4675
A renovated CN railway station where young Hank would sometimes seek shelter in, less than 3.5 km/2 miles from his childhood home. Here you’ll find audiovisual displays, artifacts, and ...

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Old Burial Ground
Old Burial Ground*

Main St, Liverpool, NS - 902-354-5741
The Old Burial Ground, located in Liverpool on the South Shore, is the town’s earliest burial ground (1760), a resting place for several of its first proprietors. All the headstones have been ...

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Old Meeting House Museum*

167 Long Cove Rd, Port Medway, NS - 902-677-2661
This Provincial Heritage Property (c 1832) is an architectural gem with simple roof lines and a warm wood-panelled interior. The unusual pews were built in the “collegiate” style, facing one ...

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Pine Grove
Pine Grove*

44 Hwy 8, Milton, NS - 902-354-5741
Pine Grove Park is a 54-acre community park situated in Milton in the South Shore region (Highway 103, Exit 19, north on Route 8). The park provides visitors with wide, easy walking trails (2 km ...

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Port Medway Lighthouse Park
Port Medway Lighthouse Park*

1687 Port Medway Rd, Port Medway, NS - 902-354-5741
Port Medway Lighthouse Park, situated on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, is an interpretive and picnic park with boardwalks and a picnic shelter. The interpretive panels depict the rich maritime ...

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Queens County Museum
Queens County Museum*

109 Main St, Liverpool, NS - 902-354-4058
Queens County is steeped in history beginning with the Mi’kmaq people. The French influence began in 1604 followed by the New England Planters in 1759. Over the years, the people of Queens have ...

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Rossignol Cultural Centre
Rossignol Cultural Centre*

205 Church St, Liverpool, NS - 902-354-3067
Featuring 6 museums and 5 galleries: wildlife museum, which displays 52 mounted birds and animals from around the world; apothecary museum; wildlife art gallery; unique outhouse museum; folk ...

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