We would like to suggest a few links that may be of interest when you are planning your visit to the Ceilidh:

To learn more about our town's history:


To learn more about the sights and attractions in our town:



Directions to guide you along the way:

From the Halifax Airport to Liverpool

From the airport – take the exit marked “Halifax/Dartmouth-Highway 102 South (at the 1.8 kilometer mark)
At the 10.9 kilometer mark-while on Highway #102 South-stay to the right-exit marked “Halifax/Bedford/Sackville-highway 102 to Highway 103 West” – DO NOT take the Halifax/Dartmouth exit to the left.
At the 34.3 kilometer mark-take Exit 1A to the right (off of Highway 102 south) which says Highway #103 West – to Peggy’s Cove/South Shore/Yarmouth
You are now on Highway #103 West – Travel for 169 kilometers on Highway #103 West until you reach Exit #19
Take Exit #19 (off #103 West) – go to the stop sign – you are now at Highway 8 – turn left to Liverpool
Note: If you are traveling to WhitePointBeach Resort – exit Highway #103 at exit #20A and follow the signs.

To Liverpool from all points in Nova Scotia

Town of Yarmouth is 102 miles (164kms) west.

The town of Digby is 85 miles (136kms) northwest.

Halfax is 88 miles (142kms) East. 

Ferry services run daily from  Saint John, N.B. to Digby.

Other entry points include the Trans Canada Highway into Amherst, N.S.


Transportation from the Airport to Liverpool:

The roads in Nova Scotia are unbelievably quiet and unhurried.Driving is a
breeze - if you rent a car you will be able to take a little look at this
beautiful province while you are here.  Secondly, if you post your
arrival/departure times on the facebook page for the event (or on this guest
book), you may be able to join forces with other ukesters arriving around
the same time. And thirdly, there are shuttle services running from the
airport to the south shore:
Shuttles:  Shuttle #1 runs a service to Liverpool from/to Halifax airport.
Contact: Tel 354 4268 or 646 1178.
There is also: http://www.thecloudnineshuttle.com/ which runs the length of
the south shore stopping at points along the way.