This is a must do if you are visiting Nova Scotia. Beautiful scenery. Hard to believe they were going to level this area at one point years ago.
We enjoyed our visit as we learned about the history of the Fort and its unique design. You can ramble around the grounds visiting various buildings and walk the grounds while visiting some of the original buildings. A fantastic view of the bay is achieved while sitting in the 'red chairs. The museum building and information also on the plaques... 更多
One of the jewels in Canada's National Park System, locates on this old beautiful town. The displays are great and are worth the money for admission. But you don't have to pay if you don't want to see the curated displays. It's free to visit the grounds and the grounds are lovely. We had a picnic there under a big... 更多
You can walk round the remains of the fort for free and get your red chair moment overlooking the water. (Parks Canada have pairs of red chairs at each attraction for photo opportunities). You get a good idea of its history well worth a look
This place is not as impressive as Quebec or Louisbourg fortresses, but its history is so rich, we decided to take a guided tour. We were so fortunate to have the most qualified guide, a former director of the site. He touched our hearts telling all the tragic events which happened there especially for the acadians who were then deported... 更多
A great morning spent at the Fort, my kids who are 2 and 4 had a lot of fun. As a kid myself I used to slide down the hills in the winter. Good all year round. Great place to have a picnic with a beautiful view. Be aware there are no garbage cans, so bring a bag for your... 更多