One of the best things about Nova Scotia is we experience every season. Fall is the best season to enjoy nature’s colours and the harvest from local farms in the province.
We’ve assembled our Top 7 Things To Do This Fall In Nova Scotia and it includes something for everyone.
Weather you want to get in the car and drive to Cape Breton Island or stick close to home and explore, this list is for you. There’s even things to do in your backyard.
Make this Fall one to remember. More importantly, support local businesses because with COVID-19 there hasn’t been visiting tourists. They’re depending on us to make the most of the Fall season.
The most specular fall views in the whole province are on Cape Breton's Cabot Trail. Drive or motorcycle the trail and take in the sights. The vistas of colour will amaze you.
Be sure to grab an ice cream on the Halifax waterfront prior to the end of ice cream season. If you can't make it to Halifax, plenty of local ice cream shops are still open across the province.
Be sure to visit a National Historic site. The Fortress of Louisbourg is just one of many in our province. Whether it's Halifax Citadel Hill or Fort Anne in the Annapolis Valley, get out and learn a bit of history this fall and experience it first hand.
You don't have to travel far for a backyard campfire. Get a fire pit or approved appliance and prepare s'mores or marshmallows to be roasted in your yard!
Be sure to check local by-laws before lighting up.
Pop-Up Cinema is a new company operating in the HRM area offering drive-in movies. Their season is coming to a close, but they have a spook-tacular Halloween lineup planned. Check out their website for more details.
While you're visiting Halifax stop by Spring Garden Road and visit Your Father's Mustache for a beer on their rooftop patio. People-watch or check out the changing leaves as you look over the Halifax Public Gardens.
Can't make it to Halifax? Check out a local restaurant or pub and enjoy their patio before it closes for the season.