Cumberland County Museum and Archives

 150 Church Street, Amherst 902-667-2561 /

Built in 1838, Grove Cottage showcases the natural, human, and industrial history of Cumberland County. Offering field trips, monthly speakers, education kits, special events, workshops, meeting space and a gift shop. Open year-round.

Tidnish Bridge Art Gallery

3654 Route 366, Tidnish Bridge 902-667-8555 /

Paintings, etchings, pottery, photography, prints, cards, and books. Open studio. Classes and workshops: painting, pottery, intaglio printmaking (etching), photography, and more. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open May 27 to October 22.

Thinkers’ Lodge

Water Street, Pugwash

This seaside National Historic Site is recognized throughout the world as the place where the nuclear disarmament movement began. A place of inspiration and reflection, Thinkers’ Lodge remains a beacon for world peace.

Wallace and Area Museum

13440 Highway 6, Wallace 902-257-2191 /

The former home of shipbuilder James B. Davison is located on a beautiful three-kilometre property bordering Wallace Harbour. Walking trails. Open year-round.

Ski Wentworth

14595 Route 4, Wentworth Valley 902-548-2089 /

Rising 815 vertical feet, this ski hill offers 20 alpine runs, a half-pipe, terrain park, and a variety of trails that will challenge any skier from beginner to expert. Open December 1 to April 30.

Jost Vineyards

48 Vintage Lane, Malagash 902-257-2636 / 1-800-565-4567 /

This award-winning winery is is the largest and longest operating winery In Nova Scotia. Enjoy tours, tastings, winery store, festivals, and more.

Appleton Chocolates

259 Main Street, Tatamagouche 902-257-2636 / 800 - 565-4567 /

This award-winning winery is is the largest and longest operating winery In Nova Scotia. Enjoy tours, tastings, winery store, festivals, and more.

Giantess Anna Swan Museum

39 Creamery Road, Tatamagouche 902-657-3449 / /

Housed in the Creamery Square Heritage Centre, this fascinating collection of artifacts tells the life story of the local giantess who grew to almost 2.4 metres (8 feet) in height. Anna joined Barnum Museum at 16, married the “Kentucky Giant,” Martin Van Buren Bates, and later became acquainted with Queen Victoria.

Balmoral Grist Mill

544 Peter Macdonald Road, Balmoral Mills 902-657-3016 /

A picturesque 1874 mill set in a deep gorge by Matheson’s Brook. Watch grains being ground under huge granite millstones. Open June to end of September., Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre - Creamery Square

39 Creamery Road, Tatamagouche 902-657-3500 /

Creamery Square offers an engaging blend of activities, culture, and heritage experiences on the historic waterfront. You’ll find a bustling farmers’ market and several community museums—including the Anna Swan collection, the Brule fossils, the Sunrise Trail Museum, the North Shore Archives, and a creamery exhibit—plus a gift shop.

Tatamagouche Centre

259 Loop 6, Route 3, Tatamagouche 902-657-2231 / 800-218-2220 /

Overlooking Tatamagouche Bay, this year-round education and conference centre is a natural gathering place for meetings, reunions, and private retreats, and is best known for its personal and social transformation programs.

Sugar Moon Farm

221 Alex MacDonald Road, Earltown 866-81-MAPLE /

Open daily In July and August, weekends yearround. Family run maple camp and restaurant hosts all-day brunches, special chef’s night dinners, sugar camp tours.

Ebbett's Meadow Brook Farm Market and County Kitchen

8647 Highway 311, Tatamagouche 902-657-2122 /

Feed your family naturally grown meats. Taste the difference of locally raised and produced product. You will be surprised at the variety of specialty groceries we offer. Stock up now! 

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