Middleton Nova Scotia Travel Information
Attractions in Middleton include the town clock, which is said to have been developed in 1400 BC, by Babylonians, but a water clock replaces the sundial, which is less accurate. The clock is one of three in North America. The Railway Museum and MacDonald Museum both provide Canadians a nostalgic lesson in our history. Visit the Holy Trinity Church, where first settlers set foot to pray inside this masterful, centuries-old building. Watch the Chimney Swifts birds, a unique bird that flies in groups of 500 into the big chimney at 18 Gates Avenue in mid-May and mid-August. Middleton parks and trails are a scenic, quiet escape for those interested in time away from today's hectic lifestyles.
Middleton accommodations include bed and breakfasts, inns, motels, cottages and campgrounds.
Century Farm Inn (c 1886)
10 Main St
Fundy Spray Motel
443 Main St
Hannam House Bed & Breakfast
145 Commercial St
Just Dropping Inn Bed & Breakfast
44 School St
Mid Valley Motel & Restaurant
121 Main St
Mystic Maples Bed & Breakfast
2350 Bloomington Rd
Orchard Queen Motel & R.V. Park
425 Main St
Rocky Shores & Seals Cottages
506 Waterfront Lane, Cottage Cove
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