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Explore Nova Scotia's beautiful landscape with these hidden gems from around our province! From the Hydrostone Market in Halifax's North End, to the world's largest fiddle in Sydney, NS,

Explore Nova Scotia's beautiful landscape with these hidden gems from around our province! From the Hydrostone Market in Halifax's North End, to the world's largest fiddle in Sydney, NS,

Connect with your local farmers' markets across Nova Scotia

Connect with your local farmers' markets across Nova Scotia

Welcome to Hennigar's Farm Market, where we are celebrating our 66th season!. Located near Wolfville in the eastern Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Hennigar's needs no introduction to many locals; a stop here is like "coming home." Browse the store for giftware, plants, baked goods, produce or line up for some of our famous ice-cream; have some delicious cookhouse food, or wander through our park and nature trail. We have a little something for everyone!

Welcome to Hennigar's Farm Market, where we are celebrating our 66th season!. Located near Wolfville in the eastern Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Hennigar's needs no introduction to many locals; a stop here is like "coming home." Browse the store for giftware, plants, baked goods, produce or line up for some of our famous ice-cream; have some delicious cookhouse food, or wander through our park and nature trail. We have a little something for everyone!

Kentville, Nova Scotia train station.

Kentville, Nova Scotia train station.

The village of Westport, Nova Scotia is the only community on Brier Island. First settled in 1769, Westport is a traditional working fishing village and has always made it's fortunes from the sea which surrounds it. With a current population of over 200 permanent residents, most who make their living fishing, Westport stands as a prime example of the industrious and friendly nature of the Nova Scotian people.

The village of Westport, Nova Scotia is the only community on Brier Island. First settled in 1769, Westport is a traditional working fishing village and has always made it's fortunes from the sea which surrounds it. With a current population of over 200 permanent residents, most who make their living fishing, Westport stands as a prime example of the industrious and friendly nature of the Nova Scotian people.

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