A key element in providing service to visitors to Nova Scotia is providing accurate and timely information to assist them with decision making around dining, accommodations, events, attractions and other areas of interest. To assist communities with the effective provision of visitor information, the Department has developed a series of publications on building community information kiosks. These kiosks will provide information to visitors around the clock, enhancing the accessibility of information when other venues are not available or may not exist within communities.
To learn more about enhancing your tourism destination please visit our Tourism Partnership pages.
|Visitor Information Kiosk Kits|
|Visitor Information Small Kiosk|
|Visitor Information Medium Kiosk|
|Visitor Information Large Kiosk|
|Outdoor Interpretive Signage|
|A Guide to Developing Outdoor Interpretive Signage|
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