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Explore Lunenburg

Established in 1753, Lunenburg is a town full of history. Distinguished homes line the hilly streets overlooking a colourful harbour, steeped in history. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is an outstanding example of British colonial settlement in North America. Spend a few days with us and enjoy:

– the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic to get a taste of life in a fishing community and life at sea and to see the Bluenose II;

art galleries, antiques and upscale boutiques;

– award-winning restaurants;

– walking tours of Lunenburg to see examples of Lunenburg’s heritage buildings, including  St. John’s Anglican Church (built in 1763);

– horse drawn buggy rides around historic Lunenburg;

whale watching, sailing, deep sea fishing, sea kayaking and scuba diving;

– golfing at the Bluenose Golf Club on Kaulbach Head with its spectacular views of Lunenburg and the Atlantic Ocean;

special events in Lunenburg include the Festival of Crafts and the Folk Harbour Festival.

Whatever your interests: history, architecture, craft, music or cuisine — Lunenburg has it all.

 

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