Top Choice Market in Halifax

Halifax Seaport Farmers Market

Although it has operated in several locations since its inception in 1750, what's now known as the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market (in its present location since 2010) is North America's longest continuously operatin…
Market in Halifax

Historic Farmers Market

If you're in Halifax on a Saturday morning, pop by this grassroots, member-run, non-profit cooperative market, housed in a beautiful 1820s stone building.
Arts & Crafts in Halifax

Nova Scotian Crystal

As much of a show as a place to shop – watch glass blowers form beautiful crystal glasses and vases, then pick the ones you want in the classy adjacent boutique.
Arts & Crafts in Mahone Bay

Amos Pewter

Watch demonstrations in the art of pewter making, then buy wares in the attached store.
Gifts & Souvenirs in Bear River

Flight of Fancy

This exquisitely curated craft store and gallery has work by close to 200 artists and craftspeople. If you want to buy just one unique treasure to take away from Nova Scotia, this is a good place to find it.
Market in Annapolis Royal

Farmers & Traders Market

Annapolis Royal's thriving community of artists and artisans offer their wares alongside local farmers at this popular market. There's live entertainment most Saturday mornings.
Rocks & Minerals in Parrsboro

Tysons' Fine Minerals

This place is more like a museum than a shop, with some of the most sparkling, massive and colorful minerals on display you're likely to see anywhere. Sometimes Helen takes visitors in to see the Tysons' own private…
Gifts & Souvenirs in Tatamagouche

Lismore Sheep Farm

A working farm with more than 300 sheep, this is a fun destination even if you don't buy a rug, a blanket or socks. From May to October, the barn is open for visitors to pat the lambs and learn all about producing w…
Books in Ceilidh Trail

Bear Paw

This little book shop sells the works of local Canadian novelist Alistair MacLeod (1936–2014).
Shopping Centre in Halifax

Historic Properties

The Historic Properties are a group of restored warehouse buildings on Upper Water St, built between 1800 and 1905, that have been converted into boutiques, restaurants and bars connected by waterfront boardwalks. T…