Mahone Bay

Mahone Bay Scarecrow Festival and Antique Fair
Mahone Bay Scarecrow Festival and Antique Fair

It’s the 23rd Annual Scarecrow Festival and Antique Fair – the largest fall fair in Atlantic Canada! Each year the beautiful town of Mahone Bay comes to life with over 250 hand-made, life-size scarecrows. The festival begins on Friday morning when all of the Scarecrows are officially on display. On
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Amos Pewter in Mahone Bay
Enjoy a Hands-on Artisan Experience at Amos Pewter in Mahone Bay or the Halifax Waterfront

Do you have plans for the HRSB March Break? How about a day trip to Nova Scotia’s South Shore? If you visit Amos Pewter in beautiful Mahone Bay, only 50 min drive from Halifax, you can receive a hands-on experience! In the tradition of local artisans, you can finish and personalize your own pewter
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Atlantica Oak Island Hotel Nova Scotia
Hunting for Treasure, Finding Family Fun at the Atlantica Oak Island Resort

As soon as my kids heard there might be pirate gold buried on the Island that we could see from our breakfast table, they were hooked. And so, throughout our two-night March Break stay at The Atlantica Oak Island Resort, near Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, my 7 year old searched
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Mahone Bay Father Christmas Festival

Mahone Bay is ready to welcome you to their 15th Annual Father Christmas Festival! You will find more than 100 beautiful handcrafted Father Christmas figures throughout the town as you enjoy a walk around. Visit restaurants and cafes for yuletide flavours, check out the unique shops and enter for your
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Maritime Makers
Maritime Makers Spring Market

The Maritime Makers will be holding their 2nd Annual Spring Market in beautiful Mahone Bay at the end of May. With over 85 makers and 10 different venues, you are sure to find unique, local treasures from talented artisans. For an interactive map of all the venues and vendors visit
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Where to see the Bluenose in 2020
Where to See the Bluenose II, as She Sails Around Nova Scotia This Summer

This summer, Nova Scotia’s most famous schooner, the Bluenose II, will sail around the province as part of a tour called Sail Past Summer. Due to Covid-19 restrictions you won’t be able to board the ship, but rest assured, she will put on a magnificent display for any well-wishers who
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