Visit Wolfville

Wolfville and Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada

This beautiful area, only one hour from Halifax and the Robert Stanfield International Airport, is the agricultural heartland of eastern Canada, a thriving wine region and the home of Acadia University, one of Canada’s pre-eminent educational institutions. A rich cultural landscape infuses the region and its people with a respect for the riches around us. No place could be more perfect as the home of Devour!

The ancestral home of the Acadian people and where Louisiana’s Cajuns originate, this has been a melting pot for hundreds of years so no better place to celebrate food, wine and film. With restaurants galore, a bustling downtown with galleries, great retail locations and beautiful inns, Wolfville is a wonderful place to spend a week exploring all that Devour and the area has to offer.

Wolfville is one of the main urban areas in Kings County, along with Kentville, New Minas, Berwick, Canning and other lovely smaller villages and hamlets. This is apple country yes, but also the bread basket of Nova Scotia, with farmers markets, interesting side roads and galleries, beautiful vistas and wonderful opportunities to explore.

Please note, the following information was last updated before the COVID-19 pandemic:

Getting here:

Air: If you’re travelling from outside the province, please contact our Official Travel Agency, Merit Travel to book.

Staying here:

For a comprehensive and searchable look at the entire province of Nova Scotia and all its attractions visit Tourism Nova Scotia.

Local Inns

Eating here:



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