Kentville, the largest community in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Annapolis Valley, is full of hometown charm. Stroll the streets to find many colorful shops and galleries or a traditional Maritime pub. If visiting at the end of May or October, be sure partake in the Apple Blossom or Pumpkin People Festival, held annually in Kentville.
Kentville Ravine Trail
This trail system, the perfect place to appreciate Kentville’s outdoors, follows the Cornwallis River between the town’s ravine and its bird sanctuary.
Kings County Museum
The seat of justice and the municipal government for over 75 years, the Kings County Museum was built in 1903. Visitors to the museum can view many collections depicting the cultural and natural heritage of the region and the original courtrooms and furnishings have been maintained as a permanent exhibit as well.
Kentville’s CentreStage Theatre presents amateur theatre including comedies, musicals and mysteries. Open year-round on Friday and Saturday at 8pm. Admission charged.