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The Bay of Fundy is one of the 7 Great Forgotten Natural Wonders of the World. Walk on the ocean floor at low tide or marvel at the extreme contrast of high tide. The Belgravia is located in Truro, at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, where the highest tides on Earth have carved an incredible landscape to explore. Things to see and do during your stay include:

Great Outdoors

Five Islands Provincial Park
Discover how the mythical god Glooscap created the beautiful Five Islands of Fundy.

Thomas Cove Coastal Reserve
Enjoy birding and a leisurely stroll along these fantastic coastal trails.

Economy Falls Wilderness Trails
Explore an extensive network of hiking trails and discover a beautiful waterfall.

Ward’s Falls Hiking Trail
Hike to yet another picturesque waterfall in the area.

Cape D’or
Site of one of the most scenic lighthouses in Nova Scotia.

Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, Advocate Harbour
Visit Nova Scotia’s largest and most scenic Provincial Park featuring some of the most amazing coastal hiking trails in Canada.

Tidal Bore Rafting, Urbania/Maitland
Enjoy a scenic drive to the incredible Shubenacadie River to experience the power of the Fundy Tides and the ride of your life!


Various Courses Are Available
Great golf is never too far away in Nova Scotia. A wide selection of courses may be found in the Truro area.

Unique Shopping

Economy Bazaar
A great stop for locally made arts and crafts.

That Dutchman’s Cheese Farm, Upper Economy
High on a hill is a stately cheese farm overlooking the Bay where you’ll find great gouda, a gift shop, restaurant, walking trails and unique farm animals.

Masstown Market, Masstown
Visitor Information, restaurant, ice cream, bakery, groceries, fresh produce, gift shop…the Masstown Market offers a wonderful shopping experience.

Antique Shops, Glenholme/Great Village
Visit several antique shops in the area to find a truly unique souvenir.

Dominion Chair Company and Bass River General Store, Bass River
Aside from being home to the local liquor, wine and beer store, this is a wonderful stop for those searching a one of a kind treasure.

Parrsboro Rock & Mineral Shop and Museum, Parrsboro
Have a chat with Eldon George, discoverer of the world’s smallest dinosaur footprints, view his collection of fossils, minerals, and seashells or purchase a souvenir or prospector supplies.

Arts & Culture

Joy Laking Gallery, Portapique
Joy Laking is a renowned watercolor artist whose work and gallery are definitely worth stopping for.

Raspberry Bay Stone economuseum, Bass River
Along with gardens and a quaint gift shop you may catch stone mason Heather Lawson at work creating her fantastic stone carvings.

Ships Company Theatre, Parrsboro
Enjoy professional live theatre aboard the M.V. Kipawo in Parrsboro.

Destination Gallery
Take in a delightful art gallery in the heart of Parrsboro featuring paintings by Taylor Remond.

Artware Studio, Diligent River
Discover the talents of ceramic artist Krista Wells.

Anne Murray Centre, Springhill
Visit the hometown of Anne Murray in the town of Springhill where you’ll enjoy a fitting tribute of the world class achievements of this singing superstar.


Bass River Museum, Bass River
Learn the history of a community famed for its chair making.

Cobequid Interpretive Centre, Economy
Visit the interpretive centre and World War II observation tower to learn about local history, geology, and attractions.

Fundy Geological Museum, Parrsboro
Take a guided tour to discover a world of fossils, stones, and dinosaur bones and learn why the Bay of Fundy is a geologist’s paradise.

Ottawa House By the Sea Museum, Parrsboro
As the Former summer home of an early Prime Minister of Canada, Sir Charles Tupper, Ottawa House shares local history from its beautiful seaside setting.

Age of Sail Centre, Port Greville
In a reconstructed lighthouse the Age of Sail Centre retells the tales of a once booming shipbuilding heritage.

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