Go Coastal

WANT TO GO BIG? Then go coastal on a Two Nation Vacation! Here whales wave from the waves. Wildlife refuges teem with critters. Tides rise so high they’ll take your breath away. And lighthouses – well, we have those in spades. Get up close and personal with these coastal gems by hiking the Fundy Trail, island hopping through the Fundy Isles, taking the scenic route along the Schoodic Scenic Byway, or exploring Roque Bluffs State Park or Acadia National Park. Whether you hike, bike, kayak, or just kick back with a picnic on a cliff where the view will make you go wow, this coast really is one of the most spectacular you’ll ever experience.

Things To Do

The St. Andrews Farmers' Market operates every Thursday from May 24th to October 4th: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. Market Square on Water St. Fun for the whole family!

Housed at 'Dayspring': the former home of Sir James Dunn and Lord and Lady Beaverbrook, the Oppenheimer-Prager Museum displays the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and his daughter Eva Prager; both renowned artists from the 20th century. Dayspring itself is a fascinating glimpse into a once well kept secret in St. Andrews. Purchased in 1947 by Sir James Dunn and his wife (who after his death would become the wife of Lord Beaverbrook), Dayspring had an eight foot high wooden fence erected around the entire multi-acre property to ensure privacy. Purchased in 1995 by the son of Eva Prager, and grandson of Joseph Oppenheimer, the property was donated to the Joseph and Fanny Oppenheimer Foundation in 2011. The Oppenheimer-Prager Museum at Dayspring was established to exhibit the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and Eva Prager, as well as to display memorabilia, jewelry, objects and photos related to the Dunns, Beaverbrooks and Dayspring itself.

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Places To Go

The St. Andrews Farmers' Market operates every Thursday from May 24th to October 4th: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. Market Square on Water St. Fun for the whole family!

Housed at 'Dayspring': the former home of Sir James Dunn and Lord and Lady Beaverbrook, the Oppenheimer-Prager Museum displays the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and his daughter Eva Prager; both renowned artists from the 20th century. Dayspring itself is a fascinating glimpse into a once well kept secret in St. Andrews. Purchased in 1947 by Sir James Dunn and his wife (who after his death would become the wife of Lord Beaverbrook), Dayspring had an eight foot high wooden fence erected around the entire multi-acre property to ensure privacy. Purchased in 1995 by the son of Eva Prager, and grandson of Joseph Oppenheimer, the property was donated to the Joseph and Fanny Oppenheimer Foundation in 2011. The Oppenheimer-Prager Museum at Dayspring was established to exhibit the works of Joseph Oppenheimer and Eva Prager, as well as to display memorabilia, jewelry, objects and photos related to the Dunns, Beaverbrooks and Dayspring itself.

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