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Area : Yarmouth > : Attractions

A replica of the first chapel (1784: after the Acadians returned from exile), and the first cemetery. On site, there is an interpretation of the early history of the parish, founded in 1799 and the oldest in Southwest Nova Scotia. Information on the construction methods used to build the chapel, as well as related archaeological artifacts, are also on display.


Areas Of Interest: Community Heritage

Core Experience: History

Cultural Heritage: Acadian

Features: Bus Tours • Parking • Picnic Tables

Other Info

Other Info: Free-will offering.

Directions: Hwy 103, Exit 32A or 33 to Rte 3 to Rocco Point Rd (1.5 km/1 mi from Ste-Anne Church).

Parking Spaces: 30

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