Residents and visitors are treated to a wealth of Victorian, Georgian and other period style homes under tree lined streets.
Not only does Truro have a past, it has a future as well with affordable apartments, condominiums, co-op and single family housing. Truro has an active social scene with shopping, theatres, a cultural centre, fitness centres, sports organizations, food establishments, and night life.
Truro lives up to its billing as “one of the best towns to live in Canada” awarded by the national lifestyle magazine, Chatelaine.
Victoria Park is one of Truro’s greatest assets - a natural woodland park of roughly 400 acres in the centre of town, providing its visitors and
residents with many kilometers of hiking trails as well as attractions for the whole family.