Hubbards lost its CN passenger train (Halifax to Yarmouth run) in October, 1969, and its train station in March, 1977. In 2002, a contemporary version of the old Hubbards Train Station was built, not far from the original site, to house a regional Visitor Services and Interpretive Centre. Located directly on the Lighthouse Route, the inviting new Centre is a gateway to beautiful St. Margaret’s Bay and the dynamic Capital region, the stunning Aspotogan Peninsula, and the scenic South Shore. Visit the Interpretive Garden.
|Hours:||Open mid-May through October. Daily 9 – 9|
November to mid-May. Weekends, 10 – 3.
- Bus Tours Welcome
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Picnic Area
- Public Washrooms
- Visitor Information Center