Fort Edward National Historic Site



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Walking
Wheelchair Access


Fort Edward National Historic Site

 Windsor, Nova Scotia Adventure Guide

 Canada Parks, Trails and Places

 Fort Edward National Historic Site is North America's oldest blockhouse. Built in 1750, the historic site was a fort used for defensive meassures against the revolting Mi'kmaq First Nation people and the disgruntled Acadian settlers of the region. The site is built on a high cliff overlooking the St. Croix and Avon Rivers of the Minas Basin.

What are the Top Things To Do, Activities, and Adventures enjoyed at the Fort Edward National Historic Site?

Fort Edward National Historic Site adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes sightseeing, picnicking, and dog walking.

Why Fort Edward National Historic Site?

Because it is the oldest fort in North America and visitors can see actual graffiti on the walls inside the blockhouse from the soldiers who once occupied the fort during the 1700s.

What are the features, and amenities provided at the Fort Edward National Historic Site?

The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around Fort Edward National Historic Site includes information signs, artifacts, wheelchair accessible and parking.

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Address:

Fort Edward National Historic Site
67 Fort Edward Street
Windsor
Canada

How To Get ToFort Edward National Historic Site

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From downtown Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada it is a 1.1 kilometre (5 minute) drive northwest along King, Evangeline and Glooscap Streets (Hwy #1) and then northeast on King Edward Street. Driving time from Halifax, NS, Canada is approximately 50 minutes (67 kilometres).
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