We’re Hiring at the Historic Gardens!

Join our team at the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens.

A wonderful opportunity to work in a beautiful environment and interact with thousands of people from all over the world.

(Note: Some positions are subject to availability of funding)

Horticultural Assistant: We are looking for an experienced, energetic and knowledgeable individual to assist in all aspects of garden care as well as horticultural management. Must have experience and qualifications in ornamental horticulture.

Gardeners: We are accepting applications for gardeners. Experience and a green thumb are required!

Elm Tree Cafe: We are seeking a creative and talented foodie to help us provide a great visitor experience to Gardens visitors at the Elm Tree Café. Food Safety certification required.

Painting & Maintenance: We are accepting applications for student or adult workers who would be interested in part time buildings maintenance and exterior painting projects and other odd jobs from time to time.

Student Employment:

  • Gardener/Mower: The Gardens crew need an enthusiastic student to assist with grounds work, with an emphasis on mowing.
  • Visitor Services: We are accepting applications from enthusiastic students with great people skills who would like to join our team for the summer months, working in the many aspects of visitor services.


Download This Information: Employment Opportunities 2017

Apply to:

Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens
441 St George Street, P.O. Box 278, Annapolis Royal, NS   B0S 1A0
Or by email admin@historicgardens.com

Learn more about us at:  www.historicgardens.com


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