|Peggy's Cove Coastal|
A trip to Halifax isn’t complete without a visit to the famous Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, one of the most photographed and visited sites in the country! There is arguably no Nova Scotian landmark more iconic than this world-famous lighthouse.
Peggy’s Cove is one of the most popular tourist spots in Nova Scotia and the lighthouse may be the most photographed in the world.
Did you know: Visitor’s are able to mail their post cards at the Post Office inside the lower level of the lighthouse.
Further reading: Everything You Need to Know About Peggy’s Cove
|Daily Availability:||Sunday - Saturday|
|Amenities||Be sure to enjoy a delicious bowl of chowder at The Sou’Wester restaurant, or cool down with a homemade ice cream from Dee Dee’s. There are accessible family washrooms on site and plenty of parking.|
|Dress for the weather||You can visit Peggy’s Cove year-round, although dressing warmly is recommended regardless of the season – it is usually windy!|
|Getting there||Peggy's Cove and the lighthouse may be reached on Highway 333 from Halifax, or Highway 103 from Halifax to Exit 5 and then Highway 333.|
|IMPORTANT Safety Note||Steer clear of the dark rocks, as they can be extremely slippery, and the sea is unpredictable!|