Antigonish is a vibrant small town (pop. 5000) on the northeastern corner of Nova Scotia, surrounded by countryside of natural beauty.
Welcome to all visitors and locals
This series of articles, posts and photos will share ideas of things to do, places to visit and open possibilities to explore the town and surrounding countryside.
There is something here for everyone. If you enjoy nature and the out of doors you can enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, bird watching, camping, rowing, kayaking, beach combing, fossil hunting and fishing.
Arts and culture are a big part of the town life with art exhibits, theatre, history, music, film, lectures, and discovering local arts and crafts at fairs and markets.
There is a wide variety of places to eat out and shopping experiences.
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Click on the links below to see posts in the series:
- Fish and Chips and a Drive? Ballantyne’s Cove
- Antigonish Art on Main – Summer 2018
- I Scream for Ice Cream
- Old Barn Gallery – Pomquet
- Cape George Lighthouse
- Antigonish Farmers Market
- Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre
- Columbus Field, Antigonish
- Antigonish Heritage Museum
- Pomquet Beach
- The People’s Place
- Antigonish Landing
- Welcome to Antigonish