Some Parks Canada places have begun a safe, gradual reopening of some outdoor areas and services, including camping. Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead and be well-prepared for their visit. Details here.

Grand-Pré National Historic Site is located near the town of Wolfville—a one-hour drive from Halifax, Nova Scotia, less than two hours from the Digby ferry (Nova Scotia) and a three-hour drive from both the Yarmouth ferry (Nova Scotia) and the city of Moncton, New Brunswick.

Plan to spend a few hours to a half-day if taking in one of our enhanced programs in July and August. Spend even a full day on site during one of our signature special events. If you are taking a self-guided tour, we suggest giving yourself one and a half to two hours — including a 22-minute multimedia film presentation.

Visitors Reception and Interpretation Centre

The Visitors Reception and Interpretation Centre houses a multimedia theatre, an exhibit hall, a gift shop, a multipurpose room, art gallery, and administration area along with other visitors' facilities such as restrooms, picnic area, and the new Harvest Moon Trail way.

Getting here


2205 Grand-Pré Road
Grand Pré NS B0P 1M0

From Route 101, take Exit 10 towards Wolfville. Follow Route 1 in a westerly direction for one kilometre, then turn right (head north) for another kilometre to 2205 Grand-Pré Road.


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Enhanced programs

Guided Tour: $3.90
Evangeline Pop-art: $7.30
Acadian Fring Frang: $7.30

Facilities and services

Accessible Facilities Accessible services
Information Information
Picnic area Picnic area
Bus parking Bus parking
Lookout Lookout
Restrooms Restrooms
Gift Shop Gift shop
Parking Parking