The Town of Wolfville is located in the picturesque Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia, Canada. Today beautiful elm trees, manicured lawns and grand century old homes guide visitors down Wolfville's Main Street.
Wolfville is the spot for wildlife. Visit the Robie Tufts Nature Centre which was built to support a chimney that is home to a species of migratory birds called chimney swifts. Display panels surround the pavilion and describe the birds and other natural attractions.
Relax or picnic in this natural area and view beautiful Cape Blomidon from the midst of Wolfville. Nearby, you can wander through Wolfville's first Peace Park. Twelve rhododendrons have been planted in an oval to represent the 10 provinces and two territories. Next to the Peace Park, you will find the new town library. Stay at one of Wolfville's exquisite inns, fine bed & breakfasts, cozy cottages, nearby motels or campsites. Wolfville is also renowned for its fine restaurants.
The Wolfville Historical Society (Est. 1941) welcomes visitors to the Randall House Museum, a 200 year old traditional colonial dwelling overlooking the...
Welcome to the Al Whittle Theatre, a 160 soft-seat venue in Wolfville,Nova Scotia, Canada.
Opened in 1978, the Acadia University Art Gallery offers a year-round exhibition programme of contemporary and historical work.
Visit the Robie Tufts Nature Centre which was built to support a chimney that is home to a species of...