DIGBY COUNTY UP CLOSE
Housed in a mid 1800s Georgian home, the museum features period rooms containing artifacts, and archives that relate to the interesting Maritime & Pioneer
history of Digby and Digby County, its people, and industries.
Explore the Town and County history or research your own Digby County roots in our Genealogy Department.
Yarmouth County Museum & Archives
The Yarmouth County Museum & Archives is an award-winning museum with over 20,000 artifacts that document Yarmouth County's heritage, in a historic former church. It's also home to the third-largest ship portrait collection in Canada.
Cape Forchu Lighthouse is the Beacon to Canada. The Cape has been welcoming visitors since 1604, when Samuel de Champlain landed and named the area "Cap Forchu", meaning forked tongue of land. By the mid-nineteenth century, the Town of Yarmouth was a booming seaport with vessels coming in and out of the harbour and therefore the Cape was the ideal position for a lighthouse and foghorn.
Weymouth is a small village located on rolling hills banking the Sissiboo River in Digby County, Nova Scotia. Settled in 1783 by British Loyalists, the area has long been known for its rich resources based industries as well as its diverse blend of cultures including Mi’kmaq, British Loyalists, African Canadian and Acadian.
The Annapolis County ATV and Multi-Use Trails Society serves the needs and works to protect the rights of ATV and Side-by-Side enthusiasts. We are based in Western Annapolis County but we have active members registered from all over the Province.
Beautifully situated overlooking the phenomenal Annapolis Basin and picturesque town of Digby, our resort offers a refreshing coastal escape for those seeking a quiet retreat to restore spirits, an invigorating setting to perfect your golf swing, a secluded getaway to rekindle romance or an adventure destination to reconnect as a family.
Built in 1921, King’s Theatre has been at the heart of Annapolis Royal’s cultural community for 100 years. It is a favoured venue for performers, known for its enthusiastic audiences, intimate setting, high quality production values, and warm reception from the community.
Working with our partner associations and stakeholders TIANS is committed to representing the best interests of the Industry; enhancing and supporting the development of a competitive business environment; advocating on issues critical to the industry's success; and, most importantly leading Nova Scotia's most promising economic sector.