The Northumberland Shore
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The museum showcases impressive antiques, artifacts and horse drawn machinery.
Premier golf destination that satisfies all skill levels, from beginner to pro.
This 2.35 km multi-use trail is located within the beautiful Acadia Park.
The home of the big slice. A must-stop for pizza lovers.
A park located in New Glasgow, dedicated to the history of Nova Scotians of African descent.
A full-service salon and spa with a sister gift shop just across the street.
A 3 km trail starting at Duff Pioneer Cemetery, that runs south along the East River.
A park located in Stellarton with playground equipment, benches and green space.
The festival draws from local artists, with the unique twist of having the event after dark.
The Antigonish Art Fair is a bi-weekly festival and market in Mid-June to August.
Promoting the art and culture in Antigonish.
Family owned and operated boutique hotel in Antigonish.
Boasting a variety of locally grown organic fruits and vegetables, organic meats, maple syrup and more.
An immaculate 18 hole course carved through the Highland Heart of Nova Scotia.
This community museum features exhibits depicting the cultural heritage of Antigonish.
The Highland Games are cancelled in 2021, due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The Games feature athletic competitions such as the Elite Mile, Scottish Heavy Events, and Tug-O-War.
See award-winning documentary films which tell amazing stories of challenge, courage and creativity.
This 4.8 km return trip gravel trail follows an abandoned road along the river.
Northeastern Nova Scotia’s main retail destination with shops and services for everyone.
Three scenic look-offs for visitors to enjoy spectacular views and history.
Fully restored Victorian mansion that offers 10 charming bedrooms and 2 apartments set on several hectares of parkland.
Ready to assist in your visit in Antigonish Town and County and your travels throughout Nova Scotia.
Interpretive panels are located on rocks around the Lighthouse which tell the story of the historic fishing community of Arisaig.
The new Arisaig Lobster Interpretive Marine Life Centre is now open.
Park is known for its fascinating geology and fossils.
Starting at the interpretation centre, the 1.6 km winding trail loops towards the shore through a white spruce forest.
Framed artistic photography accompanied by lyrical prose.
Large format printings to small decals, for both business and personal graphic needs.
Backstage Brewing Company is a microbrewery with a taproom.
Interpretive panels describe the life cycle of tuna and the history of tuna fishing.
Pre-Confederate Rural Pictou County Schoolhouse.
3 bedroom cottage overlooking the Northumberland Shore
Bayfield Beach Provincial Park is a small popular beach on St. Georges Bay, near Antigonish.
This park has a small picnic area, trails with beautiful views of Antigonish and Cape Breton Island.
This maintained 6 km trail offers a breathtaking view of the Antigonish lowlands through a dense white spruce forest.
A combined sandy and rocky beach that stretches for kilometers.
Birchwood Campground provides affordable campsites with access to a pool, restaurant, and more.
The Braeside Country Inn is a 4 star Heritage hotel with a setting in a park overlooking the historic Pictou Harbour.
Playground and park facilities, including swings, slides, climbing structures, picnic shelters and tennis courts.
An excellent selection of delicious and unique cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere.
At Candid Brewing Company, we brew the beers that we like to drink. And that our friends like to drink. And that we like drinking with our friends.
Cape George Day Park overlooks St George’s Bay in the Northumberland Shore region.
A 1925 one-room schoolhouse converted into a museum.
This series of connected loops, varying in length and difficulty, totals 38 km.
Cape George Lighthouse is still guiding ships safely ashore with its flashing lamp.
Cape to Cape is Nova Scotia’s first long-distance footpath. It expands over parts of Pictou & Antigonish Counties.
The third Caribou Lighthouse, the one that remains standing today, was constructed around 1971.
Hike around the island and the beautiful sandy beach.
A beautiful riverside park in the heart of downtown New Glasgow, with access to the Samson Trail.
This Victorian-era shipbuilder’s home displays an extensive collection of artifacts and antiques, with a historical garden.
Small family farm producing fresh and high quality organic fruit and vegetables.
Accommodations include 74 deluxe, air-conditioned, environmentally friendly rooms, located in Antigonish.
Accommodations include 35 air-conditioned drive-up units featuring fridges, microwaves, Wi-Fi.
Accommodations include 61 comfortable units offering a full deluxe breakfast and Wi-Fi.
Kiosks are located in different communities of Pictou County to explain each area’s rich history.
Assisting prospective physicians and their families in Antigonish.
Savory, sweet and simple crepes made to go.
One of the finest private collections of its kind, the Sobey Art Foundation has assembled exemplary examples from Canadian Masters.
General store, bakery and restaurant located in Thorburn, NS. Stop in for their delicious baked goods and all your store needs.
In 1938 a cairn was erected on the site of a non-denominational cemetery to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.
Serving ice cream, delicious meals, Orange Julius, and ice cream cakes. Happy Tastes Good.
Serving ice cream, delicious meals, Orange Julius, and ice cream cakes. Happy Tastes Good!
Open 7 days a week 9am-4pm this Visitor Centre can assist you with all of your travel plans.
One of the finest performing arts and multi-purpose meeting venues in Eastern Canada.
The big city feel with small town charm. We offer a wide array of menu options to meet any preference. Come experience it for yourself.
This is the season finale at Riverside International Speedway with a day full of races.
Cancelled for 2021, due to Covid-19 restrictions and the safety of spectators.
A five-day event that lets you experience agriculture as a show in Antigonish.
Writing, photography, and video for travel destinations, non-profits, and small businesses.
Routes ranging from a short 20-minute, 3-km stroll to a 4-hour, 10.8-km hike.
Celebrating 32 years of high-quality and award-winning professional theatre!
This event is sure to bring out the Scot in everyone, even those without Scottish roots!
Gather around a fire circle, play outdoor games with friends and colleagues, cleanse in the forest-based saunas, learn at the folkschool.
This well-groomed wilderness trail extends one way from Scotsburn to Millsville.
Fossil Farms Oceanside Retreat is an oasis for nature and outdoor enthusiasts looking for a unique and tranquil escape.
Chef Mark Gabrieau and his culinary team create decadent creations that will please any palate.
Public gallery located in Pictou, NS
Come fish for giant bluefin with Captain John Gavin and the crew of Giant Bluefin Tuna Charters.
Glasgow Square presents a wide variety of the performing arts, music, comedy, dance, live theatre and more.
An 18 hole golf course set on the beautiful landscape of Frasers Mountain, New Glasgow.
9 hole Par 3 course with a lighted grass and sheltered driving range.
Park visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll or sit and have a picnic in front of the East River.
Granny’s Antiques & Gifts buys and sells antiques & collectibles.
Green Hill Provincial Park is a picnic park with magnificent panoramic views of the farmlands of Pictou County.
Handcrafted Grohmann knives are recognized around the world for their beauty, balance, and quality. Free Factory Tours.
Local craft beer, fresh seafood, burgers, pasta and more.
Open and wooded campground on the ocean, with 112 overnight and 82 seasonal sites.
Open Monday-Friday September & October. The Hector Heritage Quay features the story of the 18th-century Scottish migration.
Beautifully appointed and tastefully decorated rooms await your arrival at Heritage Quay in Pictou, Nova Scotia
Historical 19th-century churches located downtown Antigonish.
Highland Square Mall is Pictou County’s leading shopping destination, with over 50 stores.
Spacious guest rooms equipped with everything you need for a great stay, including a fridge and a microwave.
This municipal heritage site features one of the last surviving footbridges in North America.
Quiet family campground with 74 sites, 2 rustic camp cabins with an ocean view, and a cottage for rental.
A two-day show with two races and lots to see at Riverside International Speedway.
This beautiful recreational trail runs west along the shoreline of Pictou Harbour to Brown’s Point.
A tropical atmosphere, fun food, great value, exotic drinks in a fun, high-energy setting.
A full-service restaurant specializing in steak and seafood, served in a comfortable atmosphere.
On the outskirts of Antigonish, Keppoch Mountain is bustling with adventures.
Knoydart Farm produces organic cheese curds and cheddar cheeses in a variety of flavours.