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Canadian in Tatamagouche

Sugar Moon Farm

The food – simple, delicious pancakes and locally made sausages served with maple syrup – is the highlight of this working maple farm and woodlot. Check online for special happenings. To reach the farm from Tatamago…
Winery in Tatamagouche

Jost Winery

Take a tour of the scenically located Jost Winery. While regular wine is free to taste, the ice wine costs $5. If you want to try all three ice wine varieties, ask to have three small glasses for the price of one la…
Historic Site in Tatamagouche

Balmoral Grist Mill

In a gorgeous setting on the stream that once provided it with power, the Balmoral Grist Mill still grinds wheat in summer. From Tatamagouche, turn south on Hwy 311 (at the east edge of town) and then east on Hwy 25…
Beer in Tatamagouche

Oktoberfest

The wildly popular Oktoberfest is held the last weekend in September – yes, September.
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…
State Park in Tatamagouche

Rushton's Beach Provincial Park

Small cottages crowd around Rushton's Beach, just east of Tatamagouche in Brule. It's worth a visit to look for seals (turn left at the end of the boardwalk and walk toward the end of the beach) and birdlife in the …
Bird Sanctuary in Tatamagouche

Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area

About 30km northwest of town, this vast sanctuary protects 585 hectares, including tidal and freshwater wetlands. In the spring, keep your eyes peeled for bald eagles nesting near the parking lot, which is on the le…
Historic Site in Tatamagouche

Sutherland Steam Mill

Built in 1894, the Sutherland Steam Mill produced lumber, carriages, wagons and windows until 1958. To get here from Tatamagouche, follow Hwy 6 for about 10km until the junction with Hwy 326, then drive south for 4k…
Beach in Tatamagouche

Blue Sea Beach

Blue Sea Beach on the Malagash Peninsula has warm water and fine sand, and a marsh area just inland that's ideal for bird-watching. There are picnic tables and shelters to change in.
Museum in Tatamagouche

Wallace Museum

The tourist information center is at the Wallace Museum, where collections of baskets woven by the Mi'kmaq, period dresses and shipbuilding memorabilia are displayed.