The Region of Queens is anchored by Liverpool, a picturesque, maritime town with a population just over 4,000. Founded in 1759, Liverpool is an enchanting blend of rich seafaring history, quaint fishing traditions, modern conveniences and services, a thriving arts and culture scene, and numerous recreational areas, all on the shores of the spectacular Atlantic Ocean.
Known for being kind, open, and generous, Liverpudlians welcome newcomers with enthusiasm. Our Community is safe, diverse, and inclusive, featuring people from all walks of life--tradespeople, artists, entrepreneurs, young families, and retirees.
Listed below are the many benefits of living in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.
The area offers a plethora of sights to see and wilderness to explore.
Beautiful parks, extensive trails like Pine Grove, warm freshwater lakes, oceanfront and lakefront sandy beaches, and other natural recreational areas, along with easy access to nearby Kejimkujik National Park and its seaside adjunct.
Queens County also offers:
Many talented artists, musicians, photographers, and other creative people bring the arts to life at numerous festivals and events held every year. At the heart of the arts community is the Astor Theatre, Canada's oldest continuously operating movie theatre and home to our award-winning amateur theatre company, the Winds of Change. Notable events and festivals include: