Fort Sainte Marie de Grace National Historic Site
Fort Sainte Marie de Grace National Historic Site is strategically located at LaHave, Nova Scotia, on a point of land where the LaHave River narrows. The land upon which the original fort was built has now eroded away; a Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada cairn, which marks the site, is situated near the original location of the fort. Official recognition refers to the small plot of land approximately equivalent to the footprint of the cairn. For more information, visit HistoricPlaces.ca.
P.O. Box 9080 Station A
Halifax NS B3K 5M7
Hours of operation
Grounds open year-round
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