The Eastern Shore and Northern Nova Scotia

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Eastern Shore and Northern Nova Scotia - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Earltown General Store

    This charming general store is owned by a young family who've created a gorgeous space to pick up fresh-baked-in-store bread, locally made jerky, produce, and...Read More

  • 2. Grohmann Knives

    You can see handcrafted Grohmann knives displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York—but you can buy them at the factory outlet store...Read More

  • 3. My Home Mercantile

    Besides stocking their own line of seriously cool Nova Scotia-themed hoodies and tees, this gorgeous boutique stocks a huge range of gifts, cards, and food...Read More

  • 4. Pictou County Weekend Market

    Craftspeople sell quality goods at this lively waterfront market that takes place on weekends between 10 and 5 from mid-June through mid-September....Read More

  • 5. Red Sky Gallery

    Small contemporary gallery showcasing works by local artists with covetable prints, ceramics, and jewelry for sale. ...Read More

  • 6. Sara Bonnyman Pottery

    Here you can watch the shop's namesake potter herself at work, producing mostly tableware and also hooked rugs. In July and August informal tours are...Read More

  • 7. Thrown Together Pottery and Art

    The owner's clay creations are created in the studio here and sold in the on-site shop alongside works by more than 20 other local artisans....Read More

  • 8. Water Street Studios

    This artisans' co-op sells a wide range of crafts, many of which are handcrafted in the Maritimes. Items include hand-dyed and natural yarns, felted woolen...Read More

  • 9. Lyghtesome Gallery

    The gallery sells paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and other works by Nova Scotian artists, at reasonable prices....Read More

  • 10. Lyncharm Pottery


    Lyncharm Pottery produces handsome, functional stoneware that's sold in the shop and exported worldwide. ...Read More

  • 11. Saltscapes

    Atlantic Canada's lifestyle magazine Saltscapes opened this retail outlet on Highway 102 just outside Truro—if you're Halifax-bound, you can't miss it. Maple syrup, maritime-music CDs,...Read More

  • 12. The Made in Nova Scotia Store

    For the town's most comprehensive selection of crafts, natural products, and incredible edibles, drop by this store, which represents more than 200 regional artisans....Read More

  • 13. The Sunflower

    Maritime crafts sold at The Sunflower include pewter, baskets, wrought iron, quilts, candles, and stoneware by noted local potter Sara Bonnyman....Read More

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