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Stop here. These folks understand tourism. They offer great information after they listen to the type of travel experience you want. Great maps and information. Good tips on where to stop and what you can miss. Save time and get more joy from your trip...More
This information centre is immediately over the bridge on the Cape Breton side, and is well worth pulling into for information on, well, most of Novia Scotia actually! Helpful staff, free maps, leaflets galore, and clean restrooms. Now we’re prepared for the rest of our...More
Boy you cannot miss this place. I mean that figuratively and literally. We have to stop here on the way into Cape Breton because we have no idea what we're going to see. Now we're all stocked up and ready to go and fully informed....More
When we got to Cape Breton island we stopped here hoping someone could recommend something to do since it was raining. They gave us some excellent suggestions. Then as we were leaving Cape Breton island the next day we stopped to get assistance with making...More
This Nova Scotia Provincial Visitor Center is located a short drive from the Canso Causeway Bridge and is a definite stop for tourists. You will find a lot of information about Cape Breton attractions right here. The staff is friendly and very informative. Restrooms are...More
When I passed the Nova Scotia Provincial Visitor Information Centre, I immediately knew that this was the Visitor Information Centre. It had some beautiful flowers. Wow!
We stopped here for information of Cape Breton and to have a map of Nova Scotia.
We were warned...More
The young lady that helped us was excellent. She really knew the island and places on it. She "told me where to go and how to get there." I was impressed. She even knew the golf courses. Stopping here increased our enjoyment of the Cape...More
We stopped at the Port Hasting visitor info center on our way to Cape Breton Highlands National Park. We met Rosie and Christine-what gems these young ladies are. They gave us lots of information about sights to see. We also explained that we were staying...More