If you even come to Nova Scotia for travel purposes don’t expect modernism. People here are in touch with the nature and almost all things you can visit and see here have something to do with the environment. Parks, lakes, beaches, forests and gardens are on your see list if you travel to Nova Scotia.

One of the nicest gardens we’ve visited is the Annapolis Royal Historic Garden, placed somewhere in Annapolis Valley (bring a map to you) and the best we can describe it is ‘a 17 acre horticultural paradise’. It’s not the biggest public garden we’ve seen, but is one of the best when it comes to views over the Annapolis Valley and features great floral decorations to please the eye.

About Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens – get more info from the official site

Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens mark the first permanent European settlement in Nova Scotia, dating back to 1605. That’s why you’ll see not just flowers, but small historic structures, where you can learn a little bit about the Acadian culture. La Maison acadienne is the only archeologically authenticated replica of a pre-deportation Acadian dwelling in the Maritime region.

If looking is not enough for you then visit the official website and search for workshops where you can practice and learn things like basket-making, gardening and floral photography. If you love flowers and nature you can’t go wrong with visiting the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Below there are a few selected pictures we’ve took during our visit:

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