Canadian East Coast Tourist Attractions
Canada's East Coast is a place of wonder and adventure. Prepare to be amazed
by the area's beautiful scenery. You'll dine on fresh, delicious seafood when
you visit, and you'll meet some of the friendliest people anywhere on the planet.
When you think about planning Canadian holidays "Down East," plan
to spend some time on picturesque Prince Edward Island. The Anne of Green Gables
Museum welcomes visitors who want to see the home where L.M. Montgomery was
married and enjoy relaxing carriage rides.
The West Coast of Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides
in the world. Plan to explore this part of the country in a leisurely trip in
your RV or camper, or take a more direct route by sticking to the highways and
staying in one of the convenient B&Bs available along the way.
Visit Newfoundland and see the sun come up in the most easterly part of North
America. The Wooden Boat Museum in Winterton pays tribute to a culture that
has depended on the ocean and her bounty for centuries. See how many of the
22 species of whales, including humpbacks, blue, orca, and pothead, you can
spot. The best time for watching these beautiful animals is between May and
Moncton, New Brunswick's Magnetic Hill is one of the country's most mysterious
places. Go there in your vehicle and take your foot off the brake. You'll be
surprised to find that it rolls uphill! The Magnetic Hill Park is open from
Mother's Day weekend in May until Thanksgiving Weekend in October, including
statutory holidays. Come out and spend a day enjoying the Magic Mountain Wave
Pool or the Magnetic Hill Zoo.
This magical place is chock full of places for you and your family to explore.
Why don't you start making plans today?