Digby - Nova Scotia

Digby is located in northwestern Nova Scotia on the shore of the Bay of Fundy. Established by United Empire Loyalists in 1783, Digby is a town where history and natural beauty come together. With museums, historic cemeteries, and the beauty of the Annapolis Valley and the North Mountain Coastal Range, Digby lives up to its reputation as one of Canada’s most romantic towns.

History and culture are well represented in Digby. Water Street is the centre of life in Digby, an ideal location for visiting the Admiral Digby Museum, the two historic cemeteries nearby, and the many other sights in the town. From the Cherry Carnival to Scallop Days, Digby always has something to appeal to visitors of all ages.

Water-related activites are central to Digby’s culture. Charter boat tours and ferry services to Saint John and Boston give opportunities for whale watching, and bicycle tours or activities on the Annapolis River are good ways to spend the day before tasting the seafood that has made the town famous. With outdoor activities, museums, and Nova Scotia’s characteristic charm, Digby is a good travel destination for all ages.

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