Annapolis Heritage Society | Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

Historic Lower St. George Street Interpretive Panels

The Historic Lower St. George Street Interpretive Panels is a stunning series of beautifully written and illustrated signs detailing the “seen and unseen” heritage of the oldest intact section of St. George Street — from the Farmers’ Market to Land’s End. The project, comprising 12 panels, is a joint initiative of the Annapolis Heritage Society, the Town of Annapolis Royal and Nova Scotia Tourism, Culture and Heritage.

Panel 1 – Glebe Lands

 

Panel 2 – Wharf & Waterfront

Panel 3 – Pickels & Mills

Panel 4 – Loyalist Era Buildings

Panel 5 – The Bailey House

Panel 6 – Granville & the Ferry Slip

Panel 7 – Methodist Church & O’Dell House

Panel 8 – Lecain Blacksmith Shops

Panel 9 – Catholic Churches

Panel 10 -Madame de Freneuse

Panel 11 – Waterfront Businesses

Panel 12 – Land’s End and Hog Island

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