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Farm Fun

Farm Fun (Family Fun Halifax)Local farms produce our food, and many of them provide us with entertainment too. Visit a farm and pick up fresh food, enjoy a hay ride, play with farm animals and more

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RiverBreeze Farm Baby Animal Days

RiverBreeze Farm, just outside Truro, invites you to celebrate spring at their Baby Animal Days! Bring the family to visit the new additions to the farm including their adorable baby goats, lambs, piggies, chicks, bunnies, ducks, horses, calves and more. RiverBreeze Farm Baby Animal Days: When: June 8 – 9
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Family Fun Halifax
Hatfield Farm Family Round-Up

Are you looking for some outdoor family fun? At Hatfield Farm, you can take a wagon or sleigh ride adventure into the woods and arrive at a wonderland of family fun. This is the ultimate weekend escape with all you can eat hot-dogs, a rubber rodeo, and loads of fun
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Family Fun Halifax
Ataraxy Farm Tours

Ataraxy Farm is a mental health therapy farm that offers free farm tours every weekend for groups of up to 10 people of all ages. During the tour, you will interact with the animal and learn about the farm and relieve stress. Ataraxy Farm Tours When: Every Friday, Saturday and
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Family Fun Halifax
Hatfield Farm Family Round Ups

Hatfield Farm offers Family Roundups on the weekend! Get ready for a two-hour adventure wagon ride, petting pen, inflatable games, zip lines and all-you-can-eat hotdogs and beverages. Call the Farm to book your tickets today. Hatfield Farm Family Round Ups Date: Ongoing Time: 11:00 am (arrive half hour early) Price:
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Ross Farm Museum
Ross Farm Museum Re-Opening!

Ross Farm Museum is a living, working, farm museum depicting 150 years of agriculture in Nova Scotia and they are so happy to welcome everyone back to the farm starting July 1st! Learn about the history of the farm and meet the animals – including all the new arrivals from
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Ross Farm Winter
Discover the Past at Ross Farm Museum

Ross Farm Museum is a living, working, farm museum depicting 150 years of agriculture in Nova Scotia. Rosebank Cottage, the original home of the Ross family, was built in 1817. During your visit there, you may see food being prepared over an open fire, straw hats being woven or wool
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Noggins Farm
Family Fun at Noggins Corner Farm

There’s nothing better than local, fresh produce and in Nova Scotia, there’s no better time to enjoy the abundance of tasty treats than the fall harvest. Noggins Corner Farm is open year round but the sweetest time of the year is when the apple orchards come alive from mid-September to
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Sugar Moon Farm
The Magic of Maple at Sugar Moon Farm

Some adventures lead you to hidden gems that are so close, you wonder how they could have possibly been hiding at all. We found one of these gems in Earltown, Nova Scotia. We found Sugar Moon Farm. March only means one thing when you are talking ‘maple’. It’s when that
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How to Pick an Apple in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley
How to Pick an Apple in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley

Do Not Twist or Pull! When I told a friend that I would be going apple picking, she told me of a trick she had recently learned. Take the apple and gently turn it upside-down. If it’s ripe, the apple will fall off the stem naturally. If not, you should
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Hope For Wildlife Recovery Centre

  The Hope for Wildlife Society is a wildlife rehabilitation and education organization based in Seaforth, Nova Scotia. The Society provides rehabilitation and resucue services to injured and orphaned wildlife, operates a wildlife help line, and provides public environmental education programs. The center is an interesting place to learn more about
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