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Red Sands Shore

HERE, ISLAND ARTS and HERITAGE REALLY GET HANDS-ON.

Red Sands Shore takes you along the lower half of the Central Coastal Drive. This route is named for the red sand and soil that make up its cliffs, tide pool beaches and heritage roads; it’s also the entry point to the province for anyone arriving via the Confederation Bridge. Here you’ll find coastal artisan villages, theatres, pastoral landscapes, artisans and galleries. This coastline also provides outstanding coastal cycling opportunities for everyone.


The Central Coastal Drive – One Drive, Two Shores

The Central Coastal Drive takes visitors along the dune lined coast of the north and the red sand cliffs of the south and through all the pastoral landscape in between.

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Bedeque Area Historical Society Museum

The Museum is contained in the old Callbeck's building which housed one of the last of the country stores, providing all aspects of commerce to the area from 1899 to 1991. Over two floors, it displays a large collection of artifacts relating to the social history of the general Bedeque area, with exhibits on the Loyalist settlement of the area in 1784, on the culture of the Mi'kmaq, on Callbecks Store, and on the Borden ferry service, which ran from 1917 to 1997.
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