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Liverpool, Nova Scotia

Liverpool "Port of the Privateers" was founded in 1759 and has a rich history of ship building.

A stroll through Liverpool with our Historical Walking Tour Brochure brings to life over 32 sites with roots as far back as 1763. The Privateers take you back to the 1780s as they dress in period attire armed with muskets of the day. You can enjoy our Privateer Gun Salutes and historical recreations throughout the summer.

More of our heritage unfolds in our historic murals on the Liverpool Waterfront. The Liverpool Town Hall is a National Historic building built in 1902, being one of the only two wooden administration buildings left in Canada. The Astor Theatre is also housed in the rear of the Town Hall and is one of the most active theatres in Nova Scotia.

You can explore our Privateer roots in the Queens County Museum, Perkins House Museum and Fort Point Lighthouse Interpretive Park and join in July 1 featuring the historical re-enactment.

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