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ABOUT MUSQUODOBOIT VALLEY
THINGS TO DO
Dean Maple Syrup Festival
Halifax County Exhibition
50 Mile Yard Sale
Kirk Logan Fiddling Contest
Rally in the Valley
Christmas Festival of Trees
Christmas Festival of Crafts
ARTS AND CULTURE
HISTORIC SITES AND MUSEUMS
REST AND RELAXATION
THINGS TO DO FOR FREE!
AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRY
Experience Musquodoboit Valley!
Looking for... ACTIVE ADVENTURES?
Craving... ARTS AND CULTURE?
Want a little... FAMILY FUN?
Searching for... HISTORY AND TRADITION?
Need some... REST AND RELAXATION?
MUSQUODOBOIT VALLEY HAS IT ALL.
The only thing missing... is YOU!!
Nova Scotia is promoted as Canada’s ocean playground. Because Musquodoboit Valley is inland, our playground is an area that’s rich with things other than dories, lobster traps and seagulls. Instead, we host festivals and celebrate great outdoor adventures and so much more!
Annually, approximately 3.5 million travellers use the Halifax Stanfield International Airport. Musquodoboit Valley is only 45 minutes away and only an hour’s drive away from the province’s capital city of Halifax. Within 90 kilometres of our location are the towns of Truro, New Glasgow, Stewiacke, and Amherst. We invite you to explore Musquodoboit Valley's 714 square kilometres. Pristine lakes, natural forests and scenic landscapes are enjoyed daily by those who live here and visitors are thrilled to see the natural beauty of our Valley.
Musquodoboit Valley hosts many popular events throughout the year that offer people an opportunity to learn more about life in rural Nova Scotia, including the Halifax County Exhibition, Dean Maple Syrup Festival, 50 Mile Yard Sale, Kirk Logan Old Time Fiddling Contest, Rally in the Musquodoboit Valley, and Christmas Festival of Trees and Crafts.
The Musquodoboit Valley Bicentennial Theatre, located in Middle Musquodoboit, hosts an annual Robbie Burns Night, Kirk Logan Old Time Fiddling Contest, summer theatre camps for children and youth, as well as concerts by top Canadian musicians and local Valley talents. The historic Bicentennial Theatre is an ideal location for meetings, conventions and special events.
Musquodoboit Valley has something to offer everyone, whether you're wanting a bit of Family Fun, Active Adventures, Rest and Relaxation, Arts and Culture, or just want to dig into a little Valley history.
C'mon along and tour Musquodoboit Valley and all it has to offer. The only thing missing... is YOU !!
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The name Musquodoboit, pronounced (mus-ko-DOB-it) originates from the Mi’kmaq language, and means "rolling out in foam".
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