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62 Places In Nova Scotia And Atlantic Canada You Must Visit Before You Die

The perfect East Coast travel bucket list!
62 Places In Nova Scotia And Atlantic Canada You Must Visit Before You Die

Next time you’re planning a road trip across Atlantic Canada, be sure to check all these stops off your bucket list, no matter what time of year it is!  We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of parks, cities, towns, trails, churches, museums and historic landmarks spread throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, P.E.I and Newfoundland and Labrador that you must visit ASAP.

Once you’ve seen all the sites listed below, you’ll be sure to fall in love with Canada’s East Coast if you haven't already.

Nova Scotia


1. Cape Split

2. Halifax

3. Kejimkujik National Park

4. Cape Breton Highlands National Park


5. Lunenburg

6. Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse

7. Five Islands

8. The Cabot Trail

9. The Fortress Of Louisbourg


10. Citadel Hill

11. The Skyline Trail

12. Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens

13. St. John’s Anglican Church

14. Cape Breton Miners’ Museum


15. The Bluenose II

New Brunswick


16. Fundy National Park

17. Saint John

18. Hopewell Rocks

19. Roosevelt Campobello

20. Irving Nature Park

21. Acadian Historical Village


22. St. Martins Sea Caves

23. Kingsbrae Garden

24. Fredericton

25. Parlee Beach Provincial Park

26. East Quoddy Lighthouse

27. Odell Park

28. Confederation Bridge

29. Magnetic Hill

30. Shediac’s Giant Lobster


31. Reversing Falls



32. Charlottetown

33. Prince Edward Island National Park

34. Cavendish Beach

35. Green Gables

36. Confederation Centre Of The Arts

37. St. Dunstan’s Basilica


38. Brackley Beach

39. Victoria Park

40. Island Hill Farm

41. The Bottle Houses

42. The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada

43. Basin Head Provincial Park

44. North Rustico Beach

45. Canadian Potato Museum


46. Haunted Kensington Mansion

Newfoundland and Labrador


47. Signal Hill

48. St. John's

49. Gros Morne National Park

50. Skerwink Trail

51. Cape Spear Lighthouse

52. Basilica Cathedral of St. John the Baptists

53. Johnson GEO Centre

54. East Coast Trail

55. Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse


56. George Street

57. L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site

58. Torngat Mountains National Park

59. Long Point Lighthouse

60. Quidi Vidi

61. Dungeon Provincial Park


62. Bonne Bay Marine Station

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