Age of Sail Heritage Centre, 8334 Highway 209, Port Greville, ☎ +1 902-348-2030. mid-May to mid-Oct, 10AM-6PM. A museum in an 1854 church includes a local blacksmith shop from the Wagstaff and Hatfield shipyard, the Port Greville Lighthouse (circa 1908), a café and a boathouse. The museum describes the history of shipbuilding and lumbering and community lives with pictures, videos, story telling, models, artefacts and hands-on exhibits.
Ottawa House Museum, 1155 Whitehall Road, ☎ +1 902 254-2376. Daily: 10:00 - 6:00 from Victoria Day weekend (generally the third weekend of the month) to mid-September. Adults: $2. Children accompanied by an adult: free. Donations always accepted..
Parrsboro Rock & Mineral Shop and Museum, 349 Whitehall Road.PO Box 395., ☎ +1 902 254-2981. This delightful shop features a gallery of rare fossils of prehistoric dinosaurs, reptiles, and amphibians. See the world's smallest dinosaur footprint, rocks and minerals; agate, amethyst, stone gifts, hand-made jewelry, paintings. Prospector supplies, books and maps are available. Tours by appointment only.
Bay of Fundy. Home of the world's highest tides, the Bay of Fundy is a unique ecosystem that attracts millions of migratory birds, whales and abundant marine life. It is one of the great natural places left on earth. Twice daily the bay empties exposing broad sweeping tidal flats, gem stones and fossils
Parrsboro Golf Club, Two Island Road, ☎ +1 902-254-2733. A 9-hole, 2,343-yard, par 33 course on the shores of the Minas Basin with a spectacular view of the Bay of Fundy. The course borders a 100-foot cliff to the beach below number #2 fairway and #3 tee. Four miles from Parrsboro.