Eastern Shore

Off the beaten path, and conducive to ensuring the solitude being sought to rejuvenate the senses - this is a place where you can hang ten year round as the pounding waves at Lawrencetown and Martinique beaches are music to the ears of longboarders. And then there is our part of Nova Scotia’s history - the gold rush, the ship building boom years and the fisherman’s plight. All of this history is well preserved by our many museums and the storytellers who will welcome you at each one. Come create your own memories.

Not To Be Missed Experiences

  • Take a surfing or kite-boarding lesson from one of many qualified instructors at LawrencetownBeach
  • Explore the pristine area that Samuel de Champlain named “The Bay of Islands” by sea kayak
  • Live life 1800’s style at Nova Scotia’s largest living history museum – Sherbrooke Village
  • Step into the tiny homestead of a fisherman, his wife and their 13 daughters at the Fisherman’s Life Museum
  • Admire the antique vehicles or go “back to school” before dining in the Cookhouse at the 1940’s restored village at Memory Lane Heritage Village

Additional information, itineraries and a passion to serve is just a key stroke away:
www.novascotia.com/about-nova-scotia/regions/eastern-shore
www.threeshoresnovascotia.com/eastern-shore