Places to stay in Lower Economy, Nova Scotia
We currently have 13 accommodations in and around Lower Economy with other regional listings available for Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Motor Inns, RV parks and other properties.
Lower Economy is a community in Nova Scotia, located in Colchester County. Places to eat in the region include Diane's Restaurant, and Jack's Ship Diner.
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, Lower Economy is located close to Pollys Brook, Gundalow Plains, Orchard Brook, Newton Pond and Sand Point Beach.
Looking for somewhere to eat? Locate places to eat in Lower Economy.
Not the town you are looking for? Try our Town Search, or use the Advanced Google Search above.
Other local Lower Economy information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -63°59'9.2004
- Latitude: 45°24'4.644
Valley Drive In Theatre - Hwy #1
Originally one of Canada's oldest solo screens, the Valley had gone dark when it's lease was not renewed. In an interesting turn of events, it was the local Lions Club that came to the rescue, and succeeded in obtaining a new lease on life for the venerable Drive-in. Since their re-lighting of the Valley, the Lions definitely roar .with continuing support from appreciative and supportive audiences. The Valley is open on weekends, seasonally, from mid-May thru the end of September. The screen is lit with double features. Admission: $20 per carload (covers all passengers).
Arlene Collins Art Gallery - 10182 Highway 209, Diligent River
Growing up in the country, Arlene’s love for art began at a young age, sketching wildlife scenes and admiring the beauty of landscapes. She was born near Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, and began painting in the early 90’s, first experimenting with acrylics, but preferring oils because of better control and a truer color.(Open by Chance or Appointment)
Historic Ottawa House by the Sea Museum - Box 98
This Georgian-style dwelling overlooking island, beach and bay, was originally the focal point for world renowned shipbuilding and international trading businesses. In 1871, Sir Charles Tupper, Prime Minister and Father of Confederation, purchased and expanded the house as his summer residence for the next 18 years. After thriving for nearly a century as a country inn, Ottawa House is now a museum devoted to exhibiting and interpreting part of Tupper's life, as well as the seafaring, lumbering and social history of the Parrsboro Shore. Programming includes: Sunday concerts on the verandah; costumed teas; ongoing activities for children; plus genealogical research facilities. Operated by: Parrsboro Shore Historical Society
Lower Economy is close to: