Grand-Pré National Historic Site

Grand-Pré National Historic Site is a park dedicated to honouring the Grand-Pré area of Nova Scotia and the Acadians who settled there from 1682 to 1755, as well as commemorating the expulsion of the Acadians during the French and Indian War. The village of Grand Pré encompassed a four kilometre stretch between Wolfville and Hortonville. It is a listed World Heritage Site and part of two National Historic Sites of Canada.


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