Nova Scotia is Canada’s second smallest province, and is the second-most densely populated. Winters are cold and windy, and you may have guessed that quilting was, and is, a common and popular hobby. If you go, use our most trusted directory to find quilt shops in Nova Scotia. Quilt shops are numerous for such a small area, so there are plenty to choose from. If you are hoping to make a quilt to commemorate your trip, you should find lots of maritime fabrics in the local quilt shops.
Nova Scotia has a lot of interesting things for the family to enjoy, too. History buffs will enjoy National Historic Sites like Fortress of Louisbourg, Alexander Graham Bell, Halifax Citadel. Try the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Cape Breton Miner’s Museum. Outdoor adventures include kayaking, canoeing, dolphin and whale watching and boat tours, as well as a trip to Peggy’s Cove lighthouse. You will find plenty more to do, so plan your trip today!
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