Beyond the Wharf Artisans carries an interesting mix of unique artisan work including pottery, stained and fused glass, rug hooking, cards, honey and lavender products, jewelry, bath and body items and more!
Visit the Fundy Tidal Interpretive Centre to learn about the world-famous tidal bore while spending time outdoors and taking in some East Hants history. While you’re there, watch the tidal bore from the observation deck. The bore in Maitland occurs approximately three hours after low tide at Burntcoat Head Park. It is easy to see low tide at the park, the tidal bore in Maitland, and return to the park to see high tide.
There are several companies on the Shubenacadie River that offer rafting experiences on the tidal bore. It is an exciting way to spend a couple of hours and experience the tidal bore and the in-rushing tides up close.
Located at the edge of the village core of Maitland, this day-use park provides easy access to spectacular views of Cobequid Bay and the famous tidal bore. A family-friendly attraction, the park offers opportunities to relax and explore for guests of all ages.