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Things to see... and things to do at the Historic Site
Watch the powerful multi-media film on the Deportation, and be profoundly moved!
Buy the DVD to share the experience with family and friends.
Discover the Elm Tree Sculpture by the Mi'kmaq artist Gerald Gloade, the Acadian artist Monette Léger and the Planter carver Doug Morse.
Browse in the Acadian Gift Shop and bring back several treasures you're bound to come across.
Stroll through the Victorian flower gardens and discover the old French willows, the duck pond near the graceful weeping willows, the orchard, the Acadian kitchen garden; view the rolling fields and the large meadows...
Discover l'Acadie revealed by the archaeological digs at the site and the fascinating articfacts pulled from the ground.
Bring a picnic, or buy one on site: a bagged lunch, or a gourmet picnic prepared by The Tempest restaurant in Wolfville by world reknown chef Michael Howell.
Admire by the world famous Statue of Evangeline and see her face change as you walk around her.
Visit the restored blacksmith shop now fully operational.
Learn the story of the Deportation of the Acadians, and learn about life in Acadie in the early days.
Admire the oldest piece of human architecture in Nova Scotia - the "Grand-Pré Aboiteau" recovered from the great dyked marsh in 2006.
Visit the Memorial Church with the world famous paintings by artist Claude Picard.
Hold hands with the Acadian Family of the Deportation Sculpture and shoot interactive group pictures! Bring your camera!
Participate in special events during the Acadian Days at Grand-Pré!
Remember! There's still lots to do, and lots to see around Grand-Pré when your visit at the Historic Site is over!
Vineyards, walking trails, the fascinating tides at Evangeline Beach, specialty and antique shops galore! And much more!