Places to stay in Economy, Nova Scotia
We currently have 14 accommodations in and around Economy with other regional listings available for Campsites, Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Economy is a rural community in Colchester County situated along the north shore of the Minas Basin/Cobequid Bay. It once supported a shipbuilding industry during the late 19th century. Places to eat in the region include Jack's Ship Diner, and Diane's Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Economy is located close to East Branch Economy River, Staples Brook, Black Lake, Robinson Brook and Second Creek.
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Other local Economy information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -63°54'51.926
- Latitude: 45°23'4.9930
Things to see and do
Magic Valley Family Fun Park
Located at 4488 Highway 4. Featuring waterslides, pedal boats, bumper boats, grand prix raceway, arcade and more.
Springhill Miners' Museum
Located at Black River Road PO Box 1000. Tour the depths of a Springhill coal mine, famous in song and legend, with knowledgeable guides. Hear stories of the disaster of 1891, the 1916 subterranean fire which raged through the galleries, the loss of 39 men in the 1956 explosion and the major "bump" in 1958 which killed 75 men.
Anne Murray Centre
Located at 36 Main Street Box 610. "From Springhill to the World." The Anne Murray Centre pays tribute to the achievements of Springhill's internationally acclaimed singing superstar, Anne Murray. A series of award-winning three-dimensional and audio-visual displays feature awards, memorabilia and highlights of her exciting career together with a special exhibit of the dramatic story of her hometown. The gift shop features quality souvenirs and treasures from Atlantic artisans. Operated by: Anne Murray Centre Society.
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