Liverpool is situated on the beautiful south shore of Nova Scotia and is approximately 2 hours from Halifax International Airport. Liverpool was first settled in the 1700s and was known as the Port of the Privateer because of being a favourite port of call for many of the privateers who sailed the east coast of the United States and Canada.
There are many museums and historic sites in the town, including Perkins House, built in the 1700s, and the court house built in the 1800s. If you enjoy country music, you can visit the Hank Snow Country Music Center located in the heart of the town, in an old train station. There are also many beautiful beaches and hiking trails in the area, along with canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and wilderness hiking. If lighthouses are to your liking, this is an added treat on the south shore, some dating back to the 1800s.
There is no public ground transportation from the airport to Liverpool. However, all major car rentals are available.
For additional information regarding the Feast at Liverpool, please contact Frank Best
Mr. Frank Best
Email: [email protected]
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