Helpful Links to Local Attractions
With The Regent, Jim and Gwen Kerr have created a home that gives guests all the comforts of a unique B&B while they visit the many attractions and features available in the Amherst area. If you wish to go farther afield - our central location allows for day trips to New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island as well as within Nova Scotia. Guests are encouraged to use The Regent as a "home base" for exploring this captivating region. Below are but a few recommended day trips.
Attractions in Amherst
Dayles - Formerly Margolians, Amherst's "Famous for Value" Department Store
Sight-Seeing Day Trips:
The Bay of Fundy World's Highest Tides
Cape D'Or Lighthouse Parrsboro, N.S.
Joggins Fossil Cliffs Joggins, N.S.
Jost Winery Malagash, N.S.
Seagull Pewter Pugwash, N.S.
Hopewell Rocks, N.S.
The Confederation Bridge connecting New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Anne of Green Gables Cavendish, Prince Edward Island
Birdwatching, Sackville Waterfowl Park, N.B.
Atlantic Motorsport Park Shubenacadie, N.S.
Chignecto Hiking Trails Cape Chignecto, N.S.
Five Islands Provincial Park Five Islands, N.S.
Fox Harbour Golf Wallace, N.S.
Ski Wentworth Wentworth, N.S.
White Water Rafting on the Shubenacadie River, Maitland, N.S.
Museums and Historic Sites:
The Anne Murray Centre Springhill, N.S.
Fort Lawrence Fort Lawrence, N.S.
Fundy Geological Museum Parrsboro, N.S.
The Miners Museum Springhill, N.S.
Cape Jourimain Nature Centre New Brunswick
Fort Beausejour National Historic Site Aulac, New Brunswick
Helpful Internet Links:
Castle Moffett - Baddeck, Cape Breton
175 East Victoria St. Amherst, N.S. B4H 1Y6 Canada
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