Family Fun in Nova Scotia
Looking for something to do with the family? Take a look at these travelogues for some ideas of places to visit, all within an hour of Halifax. Most of them are free, or almost free. For sure the memories will be priceless.
- Annapolis Valley With the grand kids for "An Almost Free Family Fun Day in the beautiful Annapolis Valley.Created September 3, 2008
- Cleveland BeachTo celebrate the first official day of Spring, we went to Cleveland Beach Park. Created March 30, 2009
- End of Season 2008 The Almost Free Family Fun in Halifax, Nova Scotia DIY Cruise Ship Excursion season ended Nov 3 2008. The following snaps are end of the run, so enjoy. Our plan is to have a series of winter snap-shots of our great city.
- Fairview Lawns Cemetery Halifax is where the maiden voyage of Titanic really ended, with the most lasting legacy from the sinking located at Fairview Lawns Cemetery Created June 23, 2008
- Halifax Citadel Citadel Hill measures approximately thirty-seven meters above sea level and affords a commanding view of the entrance to Halifax Harbour. Created June 21, 2008
- Halifax/Nova Scotia Ann and I entertaining our grandson Justin, five years old ( six in September ). We decided on a day on the South Shore, in a way following the Old Route 3. Created July 17, 2008
- Gold Coast We decided to explore part of Nova Scotia's Gold Coast - aka: the Eastern Shore or The Marine Drive. Created September 21, 2008
- Lego Adventure In late December 2008, we set out to explore the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and, more specifically, it's temporary LEGO exhibit. Created June 26, 2008
- Northwest Arm The Northwest Arm, originally named Sandwich River, is an inlet in eastern Canada off the Atlantic Ocean in Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality.
Created June 21, 2008
- Peggy's CovePeggys Cove is one of the busiest tourist attractions in Nova Scotia and is a prime attraction on the Lighthouse Trail scenic drive.
Created June 26, 2008
- Prince Edward IslandThe native people called it "Abeqweit" meaning "land cradled by the waves". But it's been called "Spud Island", "Garden Island", and "Golf Island" as well.
Created July 21, 2008
- Ross Farm AdventureIt’s the first day of Spring and we’re headed for the South Shore of Nova Scotia and the Ross Farm Museum. Created March 30, 2009
- The Great Scarecrow FestivalThe Great Scarecrow Festival & Antique Fair held each Fall in Mahone Bay. Itís their most famous Fall festival, now in its 12th year.
Created October 15, 2008