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Hall's Harbour, Nova Scotia

On the Bay of Fundy, just 15 minutes north of Kentville on Highway 359, Hall's Harbour is a fishing port that works to the ever changing rhythm of the 40 foot Fundy tides.

Snugly settled in its picturesque cove, and guarded on each side by tall basalt cliffs, the harbour's inner basin fills twice a day to the top of the towering wharves. Six hours later the water recedes far out into the Bay of Fundy leaving the colourful fleet of vessels dry on the harbour floor.

See the Hall's Harbour Webcam to see what level the tide is at!

  • Fish House Museum explores the heritage of the harbour and area – check you email at their C@P site
  • Fresh seafood cooked wharf-side at the lobster pound is a dining experience
  • The eco trail, starting from the back of the harbour, rises through dense pine forests to fields from which the Bay of Fundy can be viewed
  • Explore the beach, please be aware of the rising tide, and collect shells and stones for your memory cache
  • Folk Art, antiques, handcrafts and souvenirs are available at studios and galleries in the community
  • School House Museum celebrates the history and personalities that have made Hall's Harbour famous
  • Huntington Point Charles MacDonald concrete cottages to the west of the community are a colourful iconic sight

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