Small Town Day Trip Inspiration
We often think that we need to go far and spend lots of money to travel and explore. But right in our own backyard we have things to discover that perhaps we drive by without noticing.
This is a great example of how in a small region there are three dramatically different ways to learn more about art, history and community.
These three historic sites might be small but they are fascinating and should be better known. It’s time that we started learning more about where we came from, and the amazing talented people who have lived here. It’s only then we can appreciate just how lucky we are as Canadians.
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Randall House Museum! Keeping history cool since 1949!
Centreville, Nova Scotia
This house celebrates the life and artworks of Charles MacDonald showing his talents.
Grand Pré, Nova Scotia
Discover powerful Acadian stories within a picturesque landscape. Successes and struggles
Wolfville, Nova Scotia to Grand Pré, Nova Scotia
Discovering history in Canada really is a moving target
Toronto, Ontario to Cape Dorset, Nunavut 3 places
It’s all waiting for us – along with the lessons each can teach.
Klondike Gold Rush History
Whitehorse, Yukon to Carcross, Yukon 8 places
Visit the places experienced by stampeders during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898!
Historic Parks of Montreal and Quebec
Price, Québec to Montréal, Québec 10 places
A tour of Historic Parks and Landscapes of the City of Montreal and Province of Quebec.
Montreal – A Celebration of History 1642-2020
Montréal, Québec 11 places
Celebrate over 375 years of History 1642-2020