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From New Brunswick to Newfoundland and across Nova Scotia to its shoreline, Atlantic Canada will be virtually electric during your winter or spring visit. Premier cities and towns like Grand Falls, Charlottetown, and Halifax will yield full days of exploration and fun thanks to impressive attractions and packed event schedules. Plan your next visit to Atlantic Canada for the winter or early spring and check it out for yourself.
In New Brunswick, the northern region of Atlantic Canada, one of the must-visit sites is found in Fredericton. The Fredericton Botanic Garden will be awash in vibrant, stunning colours come springtime, and it’ll certainly need to be included on your travel agenda for a stay in Fredericton. You can make the easy drive in from nearby Woodstock or Saint John.
One of New Brunswick's most anticipated winter celebrations is slated for early 2018. Hosted in Fredericton, the annual FROSTival takes place late January and into early February – and will feature more than 100 events like the Shivering Songs Musical Fest, Winterfestshiver, and the NB HopSpiel.
Be sure to include a trek through Nova Scotia when you visit Atlantic Canada. From Truro to Liverpool and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia can easily yield full days of adventure – both indoors and out – and create lasting memories for the whole family. In Yarmouth you can check out the Cape Forchu Lightstation, which not only yields an edifying experience but also stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Your visit to Nova Scotia won’t be complete unless you make the most of a stay in Halifax. Charming, seaside, and full of welcoming locals, Halifax is home to a slew of excellent attractions like Peggy’s Cove, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and the Halifax Public Gardens – spring is an ideal time to explore the HPG.
Be sure to check out some of the very best events and festivals taking place in Halifax. On January 10th you can experience Behind the Sound of Music - Open Waters Festival. Enjoy exceptional live performances from Symphony Nova Scotia at the Sir James Dunn Theatre.