- The list below includes 10 free or cheap things to do in or near Antigonish, Nova Scotia, including 10 different types of inexpensive activities like Festivals, Bars, Art Gallery and Mountains.
- From Saint Ninian Cathedral to Beaver Mountain Provincial Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Antigonish and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bayfield and Digby.
The majestic stone Catholic church, Saint Ninian Cathedral, was founded in 1792 by Scottish Highlands immigrants. Observe the painted panels, stone pillars and altars, 700 pipe organ and two bell towers - each 125 feet high.
60% 5 votes
472 Beaver Mountain Road | James River, Antigonish, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Located in the Northumberland Shore region, Beaver Mountain Provincial Park has over 6-km of paved walkways to more challenging trails. The area is great for picnickers, wildlife viewing, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing.
67% 3 votes
1158 Old Pinevale Road | Fraser Mills, Antigonish, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Built in 1928, the Fraser's Mills Fish Hatchery raises rainbow, brook & brown trout as well as salmon. Close to seven million eggs are spawned each year and the 37 ponds are open for viewing.
Located inside a 170 year old barn, the Old Barn Gallery specializes in decorative pillows using specialty fabrics. The gallery also features antiques, paintings, sculptures, folk art, linens, quilts and handmade furniture.
The Made in Nova Scotia Store sells products only from local vendors. Unique, handcrafted items for all family members and pets include jewelry, glassware, knitted/sewn wearables, ornaments and health/beauty products.
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365 South Side Harbour Road , Antigonish, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
The Harbor Quilt Company is a quilting workshop founded by Kim van Rossom in 2000 through the purchase of a 100-year-old farmhouse. The establishment now provides classes and guided tours to the public.
100% 2 votes
15, Bayfield, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Open May - October, the Bayfield Beach Provincial Park is located on St. Georges Bay. The small beach is fun for the entire family where swimming, picnicking and basic amenities are available.