The Taste of Nova Scotia Good Cheer Trail
Port-Royal National Historic Site
The Taste of Nova Scotia Good Cheer Trail celebrates a long tradition of hospitality and pride for the bounty of Nova Scotia.
In 1606, Samuel de Champlain started the Order of Good Cheer social club at the Habitation, the site of the first attempt at a permanent European settlement in the new world.
Now a National Historic Site, Port-Royal is pleased to offer visitors the chance to learn more about the Order of Good Cheer and to also be a highlight of Canada’s first and only winery, brewery, cidery, distillery, and meadery trail.
Get your passport stamped!
Visitors are invited to pick up a Taste of Nova Scotia Good Cheer Trail passport and have it stamped at Port-Royal National Historic Site, or log in online and start exploring!
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