Nova Scotia

UNESCO World Heritage Site, Old Town Lunenburg

Visitors to Nova Scotia enjoy the scenic beauty, rich heritage and vibrant culture of one of the friendliest places on earth. Nova Scotia's blend of dramatic seas, scenic lands, Celtic music and friendly people shape a maritime culture like no other. Witness the world's highest tide ebb out of the Minas Basin and beachcomb the ocean floor for treasures. Drive, bike or hike the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, Canada's great ocean highway. Visit the province's capital city, the seaport of Halifax. Or stop by the town of Lunenburg to see the home of the world-famous Bluenose II.

From the gracious Victorian architecture, to the excitement and fun found around every corner, our cities and towns are going to surprise and delight you. There is no shortage of ways to discover our natural beauty and enjoy our renowned hospitality and charm.

For more information on Nova Scotia please visit: www.NovaScotia.com

If you plan to spend time visiting the province before or after the ICMGP, a great place to start planning your trip is the free “Doers’ & Dreamers Nova Scotia Travel Guide” which can be requested online by clicking here. Or you can download a pdf version here.