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Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
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What to See While Visiting Windsor

Map of Downtown Windsor

Windsor Visitor Centre
Highway 101, at Exit 6
Phone: 1-902-798-2690

Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum and Gift Shop
128 Gerrish Street, Windsor, NS
Open daily from 10a.m -4p.m.

Haliburton’s Home & Long Pond – Clifton House Museum

King’s College School, Windsor, NS –
King’s-Edgehill School, College Road, Windsor, NS

Fort Edward Block House

Mermaid Theatre

Shand House

New Ross Farm
– Lying between Windsor and Chester this reconstructed village depicts a typical Nova Scotian village from 1860 to pre-WW1

Bay of Fundy – World’s Highest Tides

Land Of Giants – hantscounty.com

Festivals and Eventshantscounty.com

Bay Of FundyYour Bay of Fundy Connection
http://www.bayoffundy.ca/

 

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