Port-Royal National Historic Site
Port-Royal features a reconstruction of the Habitation, one of the earliest European settlements in North America where Samuel de Champlain lived in 1605.
Costumed interpreters share with visitors the challenges faced by the French, and their friendship with the Mi’kmaq. It is located in Port Royal, Nova Scotia.
Visiting Port-Royal National Historic Site
Things to do, guided tour, events, perfect picnic, Good Cheer Trail, family and school programs, picnic.
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Visitor passes and program fees. Film and photography permits. Free admission for youth.
Discovery Pass. Film permits.
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