Immerse yourself in one-of-a-kind culture. Get swept up in the vibrant nightlife and thriving culinary scene in Halifax, Atlantic Canada’s largest city. Or set out for an adventure at our provincial and national parks, where you can hike and bike your way through unforgettable natural beauty.
There are endless ways to experience Nova Scotia, so why not start planning your trip today? After all, inner children need playgrounds too.
Check out the stories section for insider travel planning tips to help you discover more adventures around Nova Scotia.
10 can’t-miss summertime experiences in Nova Scotia
If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, be sure to add these can’t-miss summertime Nova Scotia experiences to your itinerary.
10 favourite Nova Scotia lobster rolls
You can’t visit Nova Scotia without enjoying a lobster roll (or two). Check out this list of some of the best places to enjoy this iconic meal.
Check out our warmest ocean beaches
Don’t forget your swimsuit and sunblock because you’ll want to experience some of Nova Scotia’s warmest ocean beaches this summer.
The Halifax waterfront in a day
Explore one of the world’s longest urban boardwalks in our capital city of Halifax. Feel the salty air on your face as you check out local restaurants, boutiques, and cafes along a 4 kilometre boardwalk.
Best places to wake up next to the ocean in Nova Scotia
Fill your days with ocean adventure and your nights with coastal beauty. Here are just a few of the best places to stay and wake up next to the water.
Explore the Cabot Trail
Explore Cape Breton – the #1 island in Canada – and its award-winning Cabot Trail. You’ll experience stunning scenery, delicious cuisine, and toe-tapping live music.
8 downtown Halifax pubs with live music
If you’re looking for a place to experience live music in downtown Halifax, we’ve got you covered with this top pubs list.
8 reasons to visit Nova Scotia museums this summer
Dive into Nova Scotia’s history at one of the province’s many museums and interpretative centres, national historic sites, UNESCO sites, and more.
If you’re driving here or getting here by train, RV or bus, be sure to learn about all your transportation options, points of entry, and highways. While you’re here, add in a road trip to experience our regions.
Whether you’d like to travel on a major cruise ship, sail or take a ferry, there are options to get you here – including
the MV Fundy Rose ferry traveling from Saint John, New Brunswick to Digby, Nova Scotia in just 2.25 hours.