Major Tourist Attraction Signage
Tourism Nova Scotia receives and reviews applications for Major Tourist Attraction signage, and issues approves for eligible attractions to proceed with obtaining signage through the NS Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.
These long, blue and white rectangular signs help visitors and travellers locate the attractions they’ve put on their must-see list during research on NovaScotia.com or in the Doers & Dreamers Travel Guide, or through other marketing efforts.
To be eligible for this program your business’s primary purpose must be to offer visitors one or more of the following types of activities:
- Cultural / Heritage Attractions: Education or entertainment of visitors through the display and interpretation of culture and heritage.
- Nature-Based Attractions: Areas of significant natural, environmental or aesthetic interest or facilities exhibiting and interpreting this.
- Themed Attractions: Educational or interactive experiences based on one central theme.
- Outdoor Facilities and Recreational Activities
- National Parks and National Historic Sites
- Provincial Parks, The Family of Provincial Museums
There are additional specific qualifying criteria as outlined in the guidelines. All costs are borne by the operator of the attraction.
Festival and Event Tag Signage
Major festivals or events can apply for signage to be placed under the community identity sign for their community. Contact us to see if your event qualifies.
For information on other provincial highway signage opportunities, visit the Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal website.
Tourism Nova Scotia has established a Standard to provide an approval decision within 5 working days of an application being accepted as complete.
For more details and to discuss your eligibility, please contact:
Tourism Development Advisor
T: (902) 424-6540
For installation status updates on approved signage requests, please contact
Highway Signing Engineer
T: (902) 424-0330