Hall’s Harbour is a picturesque fishing community located along the shore of the Bay of Fundy, in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. On the south, Hall’s Harbour overlooks the Annapolis Valley, on the north overlooks the Bay of Fundy, on the east Sheffield Vault and on the west Chipman Brook. The area is very scenic and the hamlet itself has been declared a Nova Scotia Tourism Destination Area. Hall’s Harbour boasts a fine dining restaurant and lobster pound, art studios & galleries and antique shops. For other amenities including grocery stores, restaurants,and recreational facilities, you are located just 20 minutes outside of Kentville and 30 minutes from the town of Wolfville.
Fishing remains the main year round industry with several commercial lobster and scallop boats operating from the wharves in addition to a large lobster pound. The other main industry is tourism. A seafood restaurant and souvenir shop was built with the lobster pound in the 1990s.The community has developed walking trails and small museum. A seasonal store operates beside the wharf. In summer, floating wharves provide mooring for recreational vessels, many of which are owned by summer residents who seasonally swell the village population. Several bed and breakfast operations cater to tourists and the village is home to several artist studios including David Lacey and the noted marine artist, printmaker and boatbuilder John Neville