Fort Anne National Historic Site of Canada

How to Get There

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GPS icon GPS Coordinates
N 44.74185 W 065.51861


By car:

The site is in the town of Annapolis Royal. Take Highway 101 to Exit 22 and continue north on Route 8. Proceed through the traffic lights on Saint George Street in Annapolis Royal, then take the second left into Fort Anne. Driving time from Halifax is approximately 2 hours; from Yarmouth, approximately 1.5 hours.

By air:

The Halifax International Airport has regular flights to and from North America and Europe. From the airport take Highway 102, to Exit 4B (Windsor/Annapolis Valley) and on to Highway 101. Take Highway 101 to Exit 22 and follow the directions above.

By train:

Via Rail has regular train service to the nearest train station at Halifax. From Halifax, take Highway 102, to Exit 4B (Windsor/Annapolis Valley) and on to Highway 101. Take Highway 101 to Exit 22 and follow the directions above.

By ferry:

Bay Ferries offers ferry services to southwestern Nova Scotia. The Princess of Acadia sails between Saint John, New Brunswick and Digby, Nova Scotia. Driving time from Digby to Annapolis Royal is approximately 30 minutes.
 

Helpful links:

Parks Canada Visitor Guide - Atlantic Canada 
Town of Annapolis Royal
NovaScotia.com - NS Official Tourism website 
Via Rail
Halifax International Airport
Bay Ferries

 


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