Come to beautiful Queens County, the southern gateway to the UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere, for your next meeting and event. Just a short 90 minute drive from Halifax with accommodation ranging from full service hotels and resorts to charming inns, B&B's and campgrounds, we offer everything your group will need. With almost 20% of our land protected, there are plenty of options for your group's extracurricular time, including kayaking, surfing, hiking and golf. Blandings Turtle protection at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site and Sea Grass projects at Keji Seaside offer amazing CSR experiences.
Queens is known for hosting regional, provincial, national and international events and conferences. In September 2013, Liverpool was host to the 2013 Heritage Conference and Liverpool was also host the 2014 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Men's and Women's Curling Championships. We boast a bustling arts and culture scene; with first class performances at the Astor Theatre, an amazing array of museums, and a plethora of artisans and crafters. In a land steeped in history, from the Mi'kmaq people who have lived on this land for thousands and thousands of years, to Loyalists and Privateers, Queens is the perfect backdrop for your event.