Lunenburg Waterfront

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lunenburg has a legitimate claim to authentic preservation of traditional Maritime seaside architecture. Some of the buildings in this picturesque town date from the 18th century. A stroll along Old Town Lunenburg’s narrow streets and central public spaces will reveal a lively working waterfront, lined by distinctive bright red wooden warehouses and commercial operations. Keep your ears open for salty tales of seafaring and rum-running and be sure to visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic on Lunenburg’s working waterfront. The town is also the home port of Nova Scotia’s sailing ambassador, Bluenose II.

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