On the Fundy Shores
Town of Digby is known for its world famous Digby Scallops, an eating experience that is a must while staying in the area. Like the Bay of Fundy itself, it is phenomenal.
- Named after Admiral Robert Digby, the town is famous for its scallop fishing fleet and the MV Fundy Rose ferry service connecting to Saint John, New Brunswick.
- Digby is called Weskewinaq by the Mi’kmaq meaning “a cheerful place.”¹
- We have a song about us! “Welcome to Digby Town” by Lynn Nicholson, Published in 1971 by London Records of Canada. CLICK HERE to listen to it.
- One famous Digby vessel was the brigantine Dei Gratia, which discovered the famous mystery ship Mary Celeste in 1872.
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Town of Digby Association Members: