Clyde Henneberry stands outside of the Fisherman's Cove Museum and Offices in Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia. Reproductions of Clyde's paintings are in the museum, along with local antiques and Maude Lewis merchandise.
The Centre was recently renamed in Clyde's honour and attracts thousands of visitors each year from around the world.
The Fisherman's Cove shops and restaurants are an absolute must-see for visitors to Halifax. Located twenty minutes outside of the city, tourists enjoy the experience of visiting a "working fishing village".
The Fisherman's Cove development has a number of charming shops with local arts and crafts. It is located a few hundred yards from the Eastern Passage Boardwalk, a charming walkway on the edge of the harbour which has become a leading attraction for locals and visitors alike.
For more information on Fisherman's Cove, you can write:
The Shearwater Development Corporation,
P.O. Box 299, Shearwater,
Nova Scotia, Canada BOJ 2AO
Or follow this link to Fisherman's Cove.
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