LiverPool Nova Scotia Canada

5 Famous Tourist Destinations in LiverPool Nova Scotia Canada

Liverpool is a beautiful Canadian community and former town situated along the Atlantic Ocean of the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Liverpool is located within the Region of Queens Municipality, it is the local governmental unit which comprises all of Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada. As of Canadian Census 2011, the population of Liverpool Nova Scotia Canada was 2,653.

UTC-4 (AST) is the time zone of Liverpool whereas, 902 / 782 is the area code and B0T 1K0 is the postal code of Liverpool Nova Scotia Canada.

Famous Tourist Destinations in Liverpool Nova Scotia Canada

1. Fort Point Lighthouse Park: The Fort Point Lighthouse Park is situated on the Southern Shore of Liverpool, this beautiful park is a place where deMonts and Champlain landed in the year 1604. This park is surrounding the Provincial Heritage Property which remains open for the whole year and offers beautiful views of Liverpool Harbour, interpretive panels, Coffin Island Lighthouse, and picnic tables.

 

2. Hank Snow Home Town Museum: The Hank Snow Home Town Museum is a renovated CN railway station where the young Hank sometimes seeks for shelter. You’ll find heritage of Canadian country music, memorabilia on the history, artifacts and audiovisual displays. This place also features Carroll Baker, George Canyon, Wilf Carter, and the legendary Hank Snow. This Centre also is home to the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame, which exhibit local railroading history. You will also find a gift shop in this museum.

 

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3. Hell Bay Brewing Company: Hell Bay Brewing Co is a small brewery which was established in the year 2011. The founder of this company started this brewery business in the one-third of a 150-year-old barn on its personal property and used to brew only 60 liters every week. But nowadays, this brewery brew wine more than 3,500 liters per week, of non-traditional and traditional ales, using all of the natural ingredients: hops, yeast, malted barley, and water. This place feels pride in its long fermentation process which allows sediment to fall naturally, which is 100% non-filtered.

 

4. Rossignol Cultural Centre: The Rossignol Cultural Centre features 5 galleries and 6 museums: fishing & guiding museum; trapper’s cabin; outdoor cultural village; Mi’kmaq displays; hunting, fine art; folk art; unique outhouse museum; wildlife art gallery; apothecary museum and wildlife museum, which displays animals and 52 mounted birds from around the world.

 

5. Queens County Museum: The Queens County Museum is situated at 109 Main Street in Liverpool, Nova Scotia and has a long and rich history with the aboriginal Mi’kmaq people. In the year 1759, Liverpool was settled by The Colonists (New England Planters). The people of Queens recorded a number of stories of merchant shipping, shipbuilding, fishing, forestry, and Privateering. The most significant historical documents in Queens is the Simeon Perkins’ diary. This Museum is the keeper of many important links related to the past of Liverpool.

 

You can visit www.novascotia.ca to know about Government Services in Nova Scotia.