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All reviews fort anne main building officers quarters powder magazine changed hands national historic site star shaped overlooking the water grounds are beautiful information plaques no charge graveyard tour inside the building lots of history small museum walk around amazing history
First thing is the building is closed Sunday and Monday. So if you want to see inside don't go on these days. Inside comtains a lot of history. Very interesting and informative. The outside has a path around the outside of the grounds. Inside the...More
This Fort was a Centre for British/French conflict in North America in the 1700’s as it passed from one hand to the other over the years.
In fact this was the first Canadian designated historic site.
Today, the site consists of one building with an...More
For anyone wanting an education into the early history of North America. It is an important place for the British, French and native people with some early American history thrown in. The museum does a good job with the timelines. The informational boards on the...More
We traveled to Nova Scotia some time ago but had a wonderful experience wandering the grounds of the old fort and learning it's history. The employees actually were dressed in period clothing which really made it believable. It was a great experience for the kids...More
Fort Anne is a gorgeous site right in the middle of Annapolis Royal. Take the time to stroll around and take in the view over the bay. Come back in the evening and make sure you don't miss the graveyard tour. That is a real...More
We visited in November when everything was closed but we still toured the grounds. The site looks interesting, its was kind of blustery so we didn't get to explore too much. The earthenworks design is cool and there is a museum on site that I'd...More