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Visitors are welcome to read the plaque, enjoy a picnic or explore the site. This site is a small lot by Highway 201 containing the monument and plaque. There are no services and no washrooms at this location.
Bloody Creek National Historic Site
P.O. Box 9
Annapolis Royal NS B0S 1A0
The site is near the town of Bridgetown. Take Highway 101 to Exit 21 and continue to Route 201. Bloody Creek National Historic Site is situated about 1.5 km from the exit. Bridgetown is situated about 2 hours west of Halifax and east of Yarmouth.
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 21 and follow the directions above.
Bay Ferries offers ferry services to southwestern Nova Scotia. Fundy Rose sails between Saint John, New Brunswick and Digby, Nova Scotia. Driving time from Digby to Bridgetown is approximately 45 minutes. The CAT sails between Portland, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Driving time from Yarmouth to Bridgetown is approximately 1.5 hours.
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 21 and follow the directions above.