Digby, Nova Scotia, can be found on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, home to the world's highest tides and now a popular resort. A stroll along the Admiral's Walk in downtown Digby will lead visitors to the Admiral Digby Museum, named after Sir Robert Digby, who led pioneers to the town in 1783. The nearby Fisherman's Memorial Park pays homage to the fallen fishermen from Digby's past. Digby is well-known as the scallop capital of the world and each year in August the locals hold Digby Scallop Days.
The original settlement in 1766 by New Englanders was destroyed by pirates, but in 1783 British admiral Robert Digby convoyed a group of loyalists to resettle the site. Digby is now a popular summer resort…
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