The 10 Best Things to Do in Lower Sackville, Canada

December 30, 2017 Agatha Simes

Discover the best top things to do in Lower Sackville, Canada including Tours By Town Car, Shubenacadie Canal, Hemlock Ravine, Cineplex Cinemas Lower Sackville, Dartmouth Crossing, Sackville Lakes Provincial Park, Scott Manor House, The Compass Rose Health and Wellness Centre, Aplaydia Indoor Playground, Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre.
Restaurants in Lower Sackville

1. Tours By Town Car

Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia B4C 3B8, Canada +1 902-456-3926
Excellent
98%
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5 based on 50 reviews

Tours By Town Car

We are a private tour company offering Sightseeing tours, City tours, Historic tours and private tours with Luxury cars,vans and stretch limousines. These tours include Halifax and surrounding areas we also provide tours around the maritimes . We come to you with over 20 years in business and love doing what we do give us a try.

Reviewed By FuzzyBeaver - Montreal, Canada

I contacted Jim to arrange transportation and touring for a 3 days. He quickly responded to all my e-mails and questions. The booking process was very smooth and quick. Our driver Bryan for the first 2 days was outstanding. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. Plus he went above and beyond to accommodate our special needs. Our driver Frederick for the return trip to the airport was excellent as well. They always arrived early and the cars were in excellent condition and very clean. Overall, I was really impressed and will be using again in the future. I definitely recommend this company.

2. Shubenacadie Canal

54 Locks Rd, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2X 2W7, Canada +1 902-434-6980
Excellent
70%
Good
29%
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4.5 based on 103 reviews

Shubenacadie Canal

Reviewed By svale87 - Sunnyvale, California

Conveniently located just a short walk from the Hampton Inn at Dartmouth Crossing. We were delighted to be able to walk over and enjoy a morning walk before heading to airport for long flight home. Well maintained paths. Interpretive signs in a few places.

3. Hemlock Ravine

Kent Ave, Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada
Excellent
34%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
17%
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4 based on 35 reviews

Hemlock Ravine

Reviewed By c0verdale - Riverview, Canada

Great spot for a daily walk or to take the dog for a walk if you enjoy the trees/wooded area, a nice green space in Bedford which contains a few different loops, easy walking for the most part. Also has a heart shaped pond with benches around it and quite a few ducks.

4. Cineplex Cinemas Lower Sackville

760 Sackville Dr, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia B4E 1R7, Canada +1 902-869-2022
Excellent
51%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
8%
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4 based on 24 reviews

Cineplex Cinemas Lower Sackville

Reviewed By Emi G - Madeira Beach, Florida

The movie theater is small. It has 6 Theaters that are not comfortable ( not for people with back issues). The seats are quite dirty. The rows spacing is cramped. I wouldn't go back there.

5. Dartmouth Crossing

Burnside / Hwy 118, Exit 12, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada +1 902-445-8883
Excellent
54%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
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4.5 based on 159 reviews

Dartmouth Crossing

Dartmouth Crossing brings together the best elements of any shopping experience. A prime location that offers consumers value and convenience in an exciting and unique environment. Home to a second-to-none collection of leading brand names for the entire family, exciting outlet stores which offer unbeatable saving opportunities, delicious dining options, our Go Wild! Playground and our Pondside Amphitheatre which hosts community events throughout the year, The Village Shops at Dartmouth Crossing offers visitors a unique and memorable shopping experience each and every visit. What’s more, our outlet store collection is expanding! Shop and save at Banana Republic Factory Store, Gap Factory Store, Guess, Tommy Hilfiger, Roots 73 and Boutique La Vie En Rose which offer unbeatable savings of up to 65% off regular retail prices every day. Shopping comes to life like never before at Dartmouth Crossing!

Reviewed By Joy B - Halifax, Nova Scotia

This place has everything you could possibly want in shopping. Ikea, Costco,Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Walmart, pet store, banking, restaurants,coffee cafe's, movie theatre, furniture stores. The only thing about shopping here is you must drive to some of the places, but it is very easy to get to. There is also a hotel that you can stay at , if you are from out of town. It is my favourite place because it has everything. It is very accessible for out of owners or tourists.

6. Sackville Lakes Provincial Park

440 First Lake Drive, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia B4C 3L2, Canada +1 902-662-3030
Excellent
51%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 14 reviews

Sackville Lakes Provincial Park

Reviewed By Rowcliw2000 - Halifax Region, Canada

There is a good selection of trails i the wooded areas and the groomed trails are well maintained. We would prefer if this was an off leash park but the by-laws call for leash on. Most of us let our dogs run off leash and respect others who are not comfortable with that. Very accessible by car or bus.

7. Scott Manor House

15 Fort Sackville Rd, Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 2G6, Canada +1 902-832-2336
Excellent
38%
Good
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Satisfactory
25%
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4 based on 8 reviews

Scott Manor House

Scott Manor House, built in 1770, is a Provincial & Municipal Heritage property. The house features wishbone chimneys, hand-dug cellar, loose field-stone chimney bases, hand-hewn beams, a gambrel roof and two lateral wings. The house is now home to all of Bedford's rich history from 1749 - the present. It is only house of its kind in Canada - a true architectural and historical treasure.

Reviewed By joy_reeves - Bedford, Canada

Out of the way historical house well worth a visit, good place to while away an afternoon. Very helpful friendly knowledgeable volunteers. Always something different going on i.e cream teas.

8. The Compass Rose Health and Wellness Centre

36 Brookshire Crt | Suite 200, Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 4E9, Canada +1 902-346-2158
Excellent
75%
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5 based on 4 reviews

The Compass Rose Health and Wellness Centre

Here at The Compass Rose Health and Wellness Centre we offer a variety of services to our clients. We offer: - Float Therapy - Sensory Room - Professional Spaces - Child Programming - Massage As the larges float centre in Halifax, NS we provide a peaceful environment where you are encouraged to come early and stay late for your sessions in our chill area. In this space we provide soft lighting and soothing music with hot and cold beverages that are complimentary and free WiFi. Float Therapy (ages 17yr - up) This therapy gives you an opportunity for rest and relaxation as your muscles and joints get an opportunity to truly relax. This is achieved through a float pod that is filled with 1100 lbs of Epsom Salts dissolved in skin temperature water, which provides you with support similar to the Dead Sea. A 60 minute float is similar to the feel of refreshment of a 6-8hr sleep. This therapy is an amazing resource if you suffer from chronic pain, stress, or are looking for another way to meditate. The Compass Rose provides the power of choice to its clients who come to float. Each pod is equipped with: - Audio Dock - LED Light These two features give you choice of sound (music, audio books, guided meditation) or no sound at all; as well as choice over lighting (colour) or no light at all. All with the press of a switch located on the inside of the pod. The Sensory Room (ages newborn - 12 yr) Designed for the clients who will be attending with activities and the room arrangement itself. This space provides numerous services to clients including: - Child Programming while you float (6 mnths - 12 yr) - Family and Friends Time (all ages) - Baby and Me time (newborn - 2.5yr) - Developmental Consulting (newborn - 12yr) Professional Spaces - Therapists Here at The Compass Rose we provide professionally furnished spaces for therapists who have their own small businesses to rent for only the time they want and need. No Monthly fees or year long leases. Massage We have a luxurious Osaki massage chair that is available for free demonstrations in our centre. There are also affordable 30 minute massages available for purchase.

Reviewed By Paul F - Halifax, Canada

This was my first time to this flotation place but not my first time floating. I have been to the other flotation center in Halifax and I by far like this place better. The staff are amazing and caring and treat you like freinds even on first visit.it is very well laid out but not over the top snobbish looking like allot of spas which allows you to feel more comfortable in my opinion. The float rooms are quiet and privet and they fully explain everything to you. The tanks have lights in them and you can shut them off once you get comfortable or leave them on. the pods are large so you don't get the closed in feeling and once you get used to your surroundings you can turn lights off and feel safe. You can shut music off or leave it on again by internal button. I am 6' 4" and a big guy and I was able to stretch right out. the only two things I did not like but by far not a deal breaker for me are: the location of the massage chair (I highly recommend using the chair though) I think it should be in a privet room not in a public area. The other is the shower in the room, I was able to take a shower however the showers are very small due to space usage. Neither of these would stop me from going back as they are just a small issues compared to the overall experience. if the chair was moved to a privet room I would give this place 5 stars. If you have never tried floating I would recommend this place over the other one as the pods are much better due to the design, they allow you to relax easier. You will feel like a new person when you get out. If possible use themassage chair first so that you are relaxed going into the pod, and be prepared to hear your joints crack as your body floats effortlessly in the salt water. you can touch the sides of the pod if you get uneasy with the feeling of floating in space, however that feeling is priceless and so relaxing. Guys if you want to impress your better half or date take them here! then proceed to a wine bar after.

9. Aplaydia Indoor Playground

936 Bedford Hwy, Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 3P1, Canada +1 902-444-7529
Excellent
14%
Good
58%
Satisfactory
28%
Poor
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4 based on 7 reviews

Aplaydia Indoor Playground

KIDS LOVE IT! Aplaydia is THE place for children ages 1-8 to play all year around. A two-level soft-play unit equipped with slides, Bridges, vertical climbs and tunnels will provide endless fun for children. A separate toddler area with its own soft play toys and floor toys will occupy the busiest explorer.PARENTS LOVE IT, TOO! Relax on the couches and chairs surrounding the open playground. Bring coffee and snacks to enjoy in the eating area. Get ahead on your work with our complimentary wireless internet access.

Reviewed By dinnisHalifax_NS - Halifax, NS

my kids love this place. we have had birthdays heret oo which are always good. parents can relax while kids wear themselves out!

10. Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre

50 Verdi Dr, Bedford, Nova Scotia B4A 0C3, Canada +1 902-423-3682
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3 based on 1 reviews

Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre

Reviewed By JDTravelCanada - Canada

Nice place located in the the newer business area of Bedford. It is basically tennis courts under a large inflated dome. Lots of summer camps, personal training times and other events available if you use their website.
A good way to get some exercise if the weather is not cooperating

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