Fundy Geological Museum
Great way to learn about the unique geology of the Bay of Fundy. Rockhounding guides can be arranged through here.
Fundy Geological Museum is a short 20min drive away in the beautiful town of Parrsboro.
Open year-round, the Fundy Geological Museum is operated and funded by the Province of Nova Scotia. Its exhibits highlight the geology of this unique area which has been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, rich in rock and mineral formations and fossils which document some of the earliest…
“This is an amazing place to eat. It's a real lighthouse sitting on the cliffs. Google photos of this place, you won't believe it! You can hike down the seaside trail or have Darcy come pick you up. The best seafood chowder! And the friendliest staff, tell the Chef/Owner (Darcy) that Matt sent you and you'll be sure to get special treatment! ”
“Open to visitors during the summer months, the Age of Sail Heritage Centre recalls the days when the Parrsborough Shore was a major centre for shipbuilding and trade. A small cafe and shop are located on site. This is a beautiful site, with dynamic displays and innovative architecture. it can by reached by means of a short, scenic drive west from Parrsboro, just outside the historic village of Port Greville.”
“Learn about the incredible force of the tides and how companies are trying to harness this energy. Fantastic views of the Bay from there .”
“Parrsboro's very own professional theatre company emphasizing new works from Maritime writers.”