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Welcome to out West of Digby page.  It is currently under construction, stay tuned for more update information.

DIGBY 

Admiral Digby Museum

DIGBY COUNTY UP CLOSE
Housed in a mid 1800s Georgian home, the museum features period rooms containing artifacts, and archives that relate to the interesting Maritime & Pioneer
history of Digby and Digby County, its people, and industries.
Explore the Town and County history or research your own Digby County roots in our Genealogy Department.

Welcome to the Admiral Digby Museum

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lazy bear brewing

 An artisanal brewery, serving wood-fired pizzas and gelato on selected days during the summer, see their website for details.
lazy bear brewing | smiths cove nova scotia

Replica of Maud Lewis House

 

Location; 11585 NS-217, Digby, NS B0V 1A0

Maud Lewis – Maud Lewis

The Maud Lewis House | Historic Nova Scotia

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Maud Lewis Memorial Park (7 minutes from Replica House)

Highway 101 in Marshall Town, Digby

Gilberts Cove Lighthouse

244 Lighthouse Rd, Plympton, NS B0W 2R0

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Balancing Rock

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The drive to the Balancing Rock is just under a lovely two hour drive, approximately 132km from Edelweiss Inn Nova Scotia.  The Petit Passage ferry takes 5 minutes to cross and is free of charge.   The ferry runs on the hour and the return runs on the half hour.

Highway 217 (near #2500) Tiverton

How is it balanced there? 20 tonnes or more of volcanic rock balanced precariously on a ledge above the waves of St. Mary’s Bay.
The 1.7 km Balancing Rock Trail leads visitors from the parking lot, just off Highway 217 outside Tiverton, through woods and bog to the southern shore of Long Island.
At the end of the trail, a series of 253 wooden steps provide access to a cliffside viewing platform overlooking the 20-foot high finger of basalt.  Interpretive panels, rest areas, picnic tables. 

Called "Nature's Time Post", the Balancing Rock is a narrow vertical column of basalt, balanced on its tip; the most-photographed of Long Island's striking basalt formations.

 

Balancing Rock - Digby Trails

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