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Hirtle’s Beach

Hirtle’s Beach

Location: Coves & Inlets

A nature enthusiast’s paradise.  Categorized as a living beach because the beach moves and shifts at the whim of the ocean.  Hirtle’s Beach is ever changing.  Here you will find more than three kilometers of white sand, rolling surf, fresh sea air, drumlin cliffs and breathtaking views. Located in Kingsburg 35 minutes from the beautiful town of Bridgewater off route 332 towards Riverport.

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Henriette’s Fibre Art Studio/Gallery

Henriette’s Fibre Art Studio/Gallery

Location: Beaches & Artisans

Hand hooked and wet felted pieces for your home crochet pieces mounted on driftwood

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Halifax and Southwest Railway Museum

Halifax and Southwest Railway Museum

Location: Coves & Inlets

Halifax & Southwestern Railway Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich railroading heritage of the area.

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Gaff Point

Gaff Point

Location: Coves & Inlets

Unique, unspoiled promontory of 124 acres separates the LaHave estuary and Hartling Bay. It consists of marine, terrestrial and wetland ecosystems. Both sides of the point have steep cliffs; there are tidal pools where topography becomes gentler; and sand and gravel beaches along the shoreline.

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Fort Point LaHave Museum

Fort Point LaHave Museum

Location: Beaches & Artisans

The First Capital of all of New France from 1632 - 1636.

Before beginning your walk on beautiful Fort Point, imagine that today’s date is May 8, 1604. Look southwest across Dublin Bay toward the Atlantic Ocean. Beyond the islands you may see the good ship Le Don de Dieu as it drops anchor for the first time in the New World. Samuel de Champlain, the man who would change Europe’s understanding of this vast continent, stands on the foredeck sketching the first of his famous maps. Do you see him waving to you?

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