- The list below includes 12 free or cheap things to do in or near Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, including 13 different types of inexpensive activities like Go Karts, Winery/Vineyard, Gardens and Historic Sites.
- From Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens to Fort Anne National Historic Site, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Annapolis Royal and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bridgetown and Digby.
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441 St. George Street, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Overlooking the tidal river valley, the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens features 17 acres of flowers, herbs, plants, evergreens, grasses, trees and rock gardens. Also enjoy the garden caf_, shop as well as special exhibits, arts and music.
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P.O. Box 9, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
The Fort Anne National Historic Site is the oldest historic site in Canada. Families can enjoy the self-guided tours and learn about Nova Scotia with helpful maps, family activity booklet and seek and find checklist for treasure hunting. Also consider the candlelight graveyard tours.
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236 Prince Albert Road, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
The first and only tidal plant in North America, Annapolis Tidal Generating Station is located on the Annapolis River. Learn how electricity is generated from water by visiting the interpretive center.
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2635 Clementsvale Road | Bear River, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Located in Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Annapolis Highland Vineyards crafts award winning wines using grapes grown from European vines. Visit the tasting bar and take a tour of the winery and vineyards.
Besides providing a unique biology lesson, GAEL Tours also introduces its clients to the effects of massive tides on the Bay of Fundy. What?s more, visitors also climb over rocks as they search for sea creatures.
The End of the Line Pub in Bridgetown features 25 different types of beer, many of which cannot be found elsewhere. The location also features live music on special dates, including Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day.
The Historic Cyprus Walk is a tour that leads you through the past and present culture of the Bridgetown area. The 1.5 hour route begins at the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Park, near where the Cyprus vessel was constructed.
Featuring a military museum that focuses on the participation of local residents in Canadian conflicts, the James House Museum helps visitors to connect with the area's local history. The location also showcases newspapers dating back to 1876.