Ship’s Company Theatre has been producing theatre and providing arts programming for almost 4 decades in Parrsboro. Throughout a summer we see thousands of people from all over Nova Scotia and beyond come to check out The Ship.
The Fundy Geological Museum is a geological museum in Parrsboro. It first opened in 1993. It has received over 300,000 visitors since it opened, averaging more than 21,000 per year. The museum is part of the Nova Scotia Museum system.
BlackRock Bistro in Parrsboro offers a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy your Lunch and Dinner. With a variety of options including gluten free and vegetarian, they have something to suit everyone’s appetite!
Two Islands Brewing is a small craft brewery located here in Parrsboro. They produce quality beers that will appeal to both those who prefer traditional beers, and those who like to experiment with more modern flavour profiles.
Joggins Fossil Cliffs is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the highest tides in the world reveal the most complete fossil record of the “Coal Age,” 100 million years before the dinosaurs.
Wild Caraway Restaruant & Café is an award-winning restaurant that provides guests with affordable, delicious, locally sourced meals served in a uniquely colourful setting overlooking the world-famous tides of the Bay of Fundy.
Parrsboro Creative operates year-round with the fundamental focus on their annual Parrsboro International Plein Air Festival, drawing the best of North America’s plein air painters to the area, and their Cultural Campus which offers a curriculum in a unique range of cultural disciplines from fine art and craft to music, theatre and the written word.
Ottawa House represents an important segment of Cumberland County’s history and illustrates mid-eighteenth century architecture, economic and cultural development. It is believed to be the one of the oldest buildings in the province of Nova Scotia.