Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Nova Scotia
Canada Travel Guide - Nova Scotia

Middleton

Located in the “heart” of the scenic Annapolis Valley, Middleton, Nova Scotia boasts a historic streetscape, community parks, and special attractions like the MacDonald Museum and the Memory Lane Rail Museum. For site seers, Middleton is within easy reach of the Fundy Shore and national historic sites in Annapolis County. The small town offers a wealth of accommodation, dining, and shopping choices, as well essential medical, banking, and automotive services.

Middleton features several parks for your enjoyment. The Riverside Park is a seven-acre public park along the banks of the historic Annapolis River. Stroll along a scenic walking path while enjoying a panoramic view of the river, gardens and maple trees. This park is also a wonderful place to have a picnic and a great place to begin a canoe trip as the water is easily accessible.

Middleton is located just 90 minutes from downtown Halifax, and just one hour from ferry service from Digby to Saint John, New Brunswick.

 

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Macdonald Museum

The Macdonald Museum is housed in Canada’s first Consolidated School.

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Evergreen Theatre

Evergreen Theatre: Bringing the best in live performance to Margaretsville, the North Mountain, and the mid Annapolis Valley.

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Railway Museum

Enjoy a free visit to the Memory Lane Railway Museum, where you can view hundreds of unique railroad artifacts.

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