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.
- 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
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens
441 St George Street, P.O. Box 278, Annapolis Royal, NS B0S 1A0
Or by email email@example.com
Learn more about us at: www.historicgardens.com
Seeking 2017 Garden Sculptures.
Ten years ago, in partnership with the Annapolis Region Community Arts Council, the Historic Gardens started incorporating sculpture into the Gardens on a seasonal basis. As with everything in the Historic Gardens, the Sculpture Project is growing and blossoming each season. Past seasonal installations have included creations by Nova Scotian artists: Alexis Doiron, Brad Hall, Alexa Jaffurs, Michelle Heron and Jan Hull to name a few. In addition to these installations, the Gardens has several semi-permanent pieces including a “living sculpture” created by Dawn MacNutt using live willow and the magnificent “Dance of the Blue Heron” sculpture by Gerald Jank that now graces our front lawn!
Each piece has been sited perfectly within the 10 acres of gardens, allowing the artwork to both enhance its surroundings and to be enhanced by the gardens around it. The resulting marriage of gardens and sculpture has been met with great enthusiasm from Historic Gardens visitors.
We are now pleased to call for Expressions of Interest from artists for garden sculpture for the 2017 season. Deadline for submissions: Mar 3 2017. Download a PDF below!
Download: Expressions of interest 2017
January 30, 2016 in the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens…
Calling all Shutterbugs!
The time is upon us to start collecting our best photos for the 2015 Annapolis Royal Photo Contest & Exhibit.
- Got some great shots of people enjoying Natal Day?
- Got some great photos in the Historic Gardens? Well, c’mon down and get some more!
- Got some other cool shots from around Annapolis Royal? I bet there are more special scenes awaiting you and your camera!
So… grab that camera and get out there. Shoot, shoot, shoot and then select your best and submit them for our annual Photo Contest. There are various competitive categories, and we accept non-competitive entries as well for exhibit.
Deadline for submissions is Wednesday August 12, 2015. Photos will be exhibited at the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens and the O’Dell House Museum August 15–31.
Call 532-7018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for entry information,
Download Rules/Guidelines and Entry Form HERE.
HISTORIC GARDENS Inducted into TRIPADVISOR ‘Hall of Fame’ of Five-time Certificate of Excellence Winners on the World’s Largest Travel Site
Gardens Visitors study the Orientation Map in the Main Courtyard
May 20, 2015 – Annapolis Royal, NS – The Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens today announced that it has been recognised as a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame winner. The Certificate of Excellence award is given only to establishments that consistently achieve great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor. The ‘Hall of Fame’ was created to honour those businesses that have earned a Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years. Winners include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a superior customer experience.
Trish Fry, Manager of the Historic Gardens, notes how pleased the staff and volunteers are with this latest award. “Being recognised by one’s customers is really the best kind of recognition – they are the reason we do this. We are very proud of these Gardens, and of the positive comments we receive from our visitors each and every day.”
“Winning the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years is a remarkable feat. TripAdvisor is pleased to induct five-time award winners into the ‘Hall of Fame’,” said Marc Charron President, TripAdvisor for Business. “By putting a spotlight on businesses that are focused on consistently delivering great service to customers, TripAdvisor not only helps drive an improvement to hospitality standards around the world, it also gives businesses both large and small the ability to shine and stand out from the competition.”
This recognition follows on the heels of a number of awards for the Historic Gardens, including their recent selection as Canada’s 2015 Gardens of the Year.
Magnolia ‘Legacy’ in the Historic Gardens
Magnolias are popping out all over Annapolis Royal, and in the Historic Gardens. We invite you to visit our community… a feast for the senses!
For more information on some special events, or to download a map of the Town’s magnolia collection, please follow this link to the Celebrating Magnolias website.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens
Cafe Supervisor: Application Deadline Friday May 15.
We are seeking a creative and talented foodie to help us provide a great visitor experience at the Elm Tree Café. The Café Supervisor will work in all aspects of the café service – ordering, food prep and serving, and must have experience and qualifications in foodservice. The position will require front line work and customer interaction as well as supervision. Full time, seasonal. An exciting opportunity to help us shape & develop this Garden experience for our visitors!
Horticultural Assistant: Application Deadline Friday May 15.
We are looking for an experienced, energetic and knowledgeable gardener to join the horticultural team for Canada’s Garden of the Year. You will assist in all aspects of garden care as well as horticultural management. Full time, seasonal. Must have experience and qualifications in ornamental horticulture. Further inquiries: email@example.com.
Maintenance Person: Application Deadline Friday May 15.
We need a handy individual with a broad skill set to look after maintenance and upkeep of buildings & infrastructure at the Historic Gardens as well as our gardening equipment. Duties will be varied, including regular maintenance as well as required repairs and some special projects and improvements. Full time, seasonal (variable hours) with some part time in the winter months.
Student Employment – Visitor Services: Application Deadline Friday May 15.
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. The Historic Gardens was recently named Canada’s Garden of the Year, and part of that award is from our terrific level of service. A wonderful opportunity to work in a beautiful environment and interact with thousands of people from all over the world.
Student Employment – Acadian Guide: Application Deadline Friday May 15.
We are seeking an enthusiastic student with an interest in Acadian history to provide costumed guide services at the Acadian House. Must have strong oral skills in both English and French, as well as great people skills. Acadian ancestry an asset. A great work experience as you share this very important part of our past with visitors from around the world.
Apply on or before May 15 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (902) 532-7445. Phone 902-532-7018 for information.
441 St George Street, P.O. Box 278
Annapolis Royal, NS B0S 1A0