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

Pictou

The Town of Pictou, located on the beautiful Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned as the "Birthplace of New Scotland". It was here that the first wave of Scottish immigrants landed in 1773 and here you can explore the world class Hector Heritage Quay and board the full-sized Ship Hector replica. Pictou is the best place to experience old-world charm and culture and present-day hospitality. Halifax is approximately 150 km from Pictou.

The Hector Heritage Quay is one of Nova Scotia's major cultural tourist attractions. Through the depiction of the story of Scottish migration to the New World, the Hector Heritage Quay introduces visitors to the history and culture of the area. A series of displays retell the story of the Ship Hector voyage in 1773. The centerpiece of the attraction is a full scale reproduction of the ship Hector. This three masted, fully rigged ship is found on Pictou's historic waterfront.

Another attraction is the Northumberland Fisheries Museum which prides itself on preserving the rich sea heritage and culture along the Northumberland Strait. This local attraction pays tribute to the life and times of all those involved, past and present, in the fishing industry in the region.

 

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Braeside Country Inn, Michael Emmett

Braeside Country Inn

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(Accommodations, Bar, Bed and Breakfast, Beer/Wine, Dining, Family restaurant, Fine dining, Free wireless HOTSPOT, Garden, Inn)
McCulloch House Museum

At McCulloch House Museum, a new and interactive exhibit tells the fascinating story of one of the many groups who settled Nova Scotia.

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(Museum)
Hector Heritage Quay and Ship Hector

The Hector Heritage Quay offers visitors a unique glimpse into the journey of early Scottish settlers to Nova Scotia and their life in the new world.

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(Museum, Tourist Attractions)
Hector National Exhibit Centre

The Mcculloch Heritage Centre offers a location for rotational displays and exhibits. Local artisans, historians and the Centre itself, share their stories for the purpose of enjoyment and education. Popular events such as Tartan Days and the Blueberry

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(Museum)
The deCoste Entertainment Centre

The deCoste Centre is one of the finest venues for the preforming arts in Eastern Canada.

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(Performing Arts)
The Northumberland Fisheries Museum

The Northumberland Fisheries Museum prides itself on preserving the rich sea heritage and culture along the Northumberland Strait.

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(Museum)

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