You may recognize her from your Canadian dimes. launched in 1921 the Bluenose is an iconic Canadian Schooner. A piece of Canadian history the Bluenose II is a replica of the historic schooner. When at home she is unmissable at the Lunenburg docks, or pop into her company store to find out more about her and her location.
FISHERIES MUSEUM OF THE ATLANTIC
This bright red building on the harbour front is a distinctive feature from both land and sea. Inside is a museum which is both interesting and enjoyable for all ages. The content covers a variety of fisheries and oceans related topics, as well as housing an assortment of live fish species.There are also two beautifully maintained ships to explore and a humbling monument to those lost at sea.
FORT POINT MUSEUM
A beautiful lighthouse and informative museum full of LaHave River history. Set in a gorgeous location overlooking the water, with a small gift shop.
Take the ferry over the LaHave river from East LaHave, or swing by if coming from Liverpool. This joins up well with Crescent or Rissers beach, as well as the famous LaHave Bakery! Make it a day!
A unique and iconic Lunenburg Building. Built between 1893-1895, it was used as the local elementary school for many years and now houses the Lunenburg Library among other facilities.
ST. JOHN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
A historical treasure of Lunenburg and beautiful example of architecture. The second oldest church in Canada of English origin, and well worth the short stroll up the hill to visit.
KNAUT RHULAND HOUSE MUSEUM
Built in 1793-1794, this historical house has been expertly preserved and a true treasure of the town. Full of history and stories, a visit here would make a memorable addition to any vacation.