Annapolis Royal is the perfect place to plan your next vacation, overnight stay, or day trip. A short 2 hour drive from Halifax, 1.5 hour drive from the Yarmouth Ferry or 30 minute drive from the Digby Ferry, Annapolis Royal is easily accessible.
Step back in time to stroll through a designated National Historic District that is 2 km² of quaint tree lined streets peppered with heritage homes and beautiful gardens. With one of the highest concentrations of heritage building in Canada (135 and counting), the Town of Annapolis Royal contains an unusual treasure of heritage buildings, including the oldest wooden frame buildings in Canada. The charm of this small sea-side town that is deeply steeped in history and tradition will leave you wanting to stay longer.
Idyllically situated between mountain and sea, Annapolis Royal offers a stunning waterfront shopping area, an enviable selection of restaurants and world class accommodations, important heritage sites, an exciting arts community and theatre, wonderful recreational opportunities, and Canada’s 2015 Garden of the Year winner. All of these to combine to make Annapolis Royal the ideal holiday destination!
Contact our Visitor Information Centre for all your questions regarding our area.
Annapolis Royal and Area Visitor Information Centre – May 15th – October 15th
Annapolis Tidal Power Station
236 Prince Albert Road
Ph: (902) 532-5454
Town Hall – Off-season
285 St. George Street
Box 310, Annapolis Royal, NS
Ph: (902) 532-2043 / (902) 532-7760