Bluenose Drive, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
The Bluenose II
You may recognize her from your Canadian dimes, launched in 1921 the Bluenose is a iconic Canadian schooner. A piece of Canada history, the Bluenose ii is a replica of the historic schooner. She is unmissable on the Lunenburg docks, or pop into her company store to find out more about her and her location.
You can also book tickets to join a sail on her via their website or the company store.
68 Bluenose Dr, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0, Canada
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
The bright red building on the harbour front isn't just a pretty face. Inside is a very recommended museum. Interesting and enjoyable for all ages, it covers a wide variety of fishing and ocean topics, as well as housing a small aquarium. There are two beautifully maintained ships to explore, and a humbling memorial to those lost at sea.
The Fisheries Museum of the Atalantic is a must visit, even if it isn't a rainy day!
Bluenose Drive, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Trot in Time Buggy Rides
Experience Lunenburg from an olden day point of view, from a horse and buggy! Be driven around the town, with an experienced and knowledgeable tour guide. Learn amazing facts and enjoy the relaxing sound of horse hooves while you take in the sights.
You can catch a ride right outside our inn on the lower street. A local company with beautiful, healthy horses, and a firm town faveourite.
97 Kaulbach Street, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Ironworks Distillery, Kempt Street, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
The historical building was made in 1893 and has been beautifully preserved, but the real treasure is inside. A variety of spirits and liqueurs are available, taste and discover the flavors before taking your favourite home. The staff are extremely knowledgeable and a great bunch of people, they offer fascinating and fun tours through the distillery.
94 Pelham Street, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Spa at Ninety4
Need to unwind? Just up the hill from us in a spa with a wide range of facilities. An oasis tub, massage table, manicures and pedicures, steam showers, and a spa bar. Book yourself a treatment and have a fully refreshing holiday.
Blue Rocks, NS, Canada
Blue Rocks is a small working fishing village. Aptly named, the blue slate rocks and small coves make for a stunning sight.
Ovens Natural Park, Riverport, NS, Canada
The Ovens Natural Park
Only a short drive away, the Ovens has more than the famous sea caves. The unique geology of the ocean caves will astound you, and the booming of the waves in the cave is a sound you won't forget.
Enjoy the museum on site, try kayaking, or give gold panning a try like in the authentic gold rush!
2 Bluenose Drive, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Lunenburg Whale Watching Tours
Pop down to the wharf and check out the sailing times, the crew keep a detailed tally of what kind of animals they have been catching a sight of. It is pretty rare you will come back from this tour seeing nothing. The knowledgeable crew know the best spots to catch a sight of magnificent whales, and are quick to tell you what kind of whale, fish, or seal you might be seeing.
From humpback whales, wright wales, porpoises, sun fish, and of course, seals, you will enjoy the scenic tour on the Atlantic!
2 Bluenose Drive, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0, Canada
Second Peninsula Provincial Park
A scenic local park, grab a picnic and enjoy the tables under the mature spruce and pine trees by the ocean. Relax and enjoy nature, or cool off in the water.
Green St, Lunenburg, NS B0J, Canada
Lunenburg War Memorial Arena and Farmers Market
In the winter, check the skate times and enjoy the ice while on vacation! In the summer, every Thursday morning don't miss the Farmers Market.
Thursday mornings, local businesses from all over the south shore of Nova Scotia come to the market to show their wares, a variety of food, gifts, accessories and more is available! Meet and chat to the locals, grab a coffee and a snack!
125 Pelham St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0, Canada
Built in 1793-1794, this historical house has been expertly preserved and is a true treasure of the town. Full of history and stories, a visit here would make a memorable addition to any vacation.
Dufferin Street, Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Bay to Bay Trail
An accessible and beautiful walking trail. The trail is about 10km and connects Lunenburg with the picturesque neighboring town of Mahone Bay. The trail gives a beautiful view of the back harbour of Lunenburg.
6HPP+4W Crescent Beach, Lunenburg, NS
A beautiful sandy beach! Great place to swim, lounge, or stroll. Great for everyone, you can even drive onto the beach at low tide.
1300 Italy Cross Road, Crousetown, NS B4V 6R2, Canada
Petite Rivière Vineyards
A destination winery! Picturesque vineyards and a beautiful store and tasting area. A truly lovely place to visit with delicious Nova Scotia wine! Taste your favorite there and bring back a bottle to enjoy on our balcony over the harbour.
5366 Highway 331, Petite Rivière Bridge, NS B4V 6P2
Rissers Beach is a provincial park. There is a stunning boardwalk, and a gorgeous sandy beach that's lovely for swimming on a nice summer day! Take a picnic or grab a snack from the small cafe there.
8P22+RX Indian Path, Lunenburg, NS
Sand Dollar Beach
A must visit at low tide. Long stretches of beautiful soft sand, soft waves, and of course, Sand Dollars! Have a stroll and you just might be lucky enough to find one!
Feltzen South Rd, Feltzen South, NS B0J 2X0
A quaint and stunning little beach. A locally known spot for finding some seaglass! Spindler Beach has a beautiful view of Lunenburg across the water.
Why don't you visit the Ovens before or after a trip to this beach? The two are easily linked into a lovely afternoon!
Lower Lahave Rd, Lower LaHave, NS B0J 2W0
Recommended you visit this one at low tide to fully enjoy the experience. This beach is sheltered in the LaHave, so a great one for a windy day!
As you drive through Rose Bay on your way there, or back to Lunenburg, the Rose Bay General store might be a nice pit stop for any shoppers among you.
813 Walburne Rd, Mahone Bay, NS B0J 2E0
Lunenburg County Winery
The winery is located at Hackmatack Farm, where you can also pick blueberries in the season! Lovely locally produced wines, in a beautiful setting! If you are a fruit wine fan, or curious to try some, this is the place for you as their selection is delicious!
363 Main St, Mahone Bay, NS B0J 2E0
Beer lover? Or just a lover of cool atmospheric local businesses with local people? This is a place you cannot miss. A lovely patio in the summer to enjoy your craft ales, ciders, or non-alcoholic beverages if you prefer. In the summer you might even find a local food truck parked nearby offering local, fresh snacks!
589 Main St, Mahone Bay, NS B0J 2E0
Peggys Point Rd, Peggys Cove, NS B3Z 3S1
An iconic and famous Nova Scotia landmark. A small fishing village, with the well known Peggy's Cove Lighthouse standing proudly atop the white rocks. A worthwhile visit, unforgettable pictures, and great day out! Stay off the black rocks though!
50 Hiltz Rd, Chester Basin, NS B0J 1K0
LaHave, NS B0R 1G0
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, or swing by if coming from Liverpool. This joins up well with Crescent or Rissers Beach, as well as that famous LaHave Bakery! Make it a day!
90 Bells Cove Rd, LaHave, NS B0R 1C0
Cape LaHave Adventures
Get outside and enjoy the nature of south shore Nova Scotia! Find peace out on the water, and enjoy the beauty and bliss. Choose from kayaks or paddleboards, and even take a guided tour if you desire! Is there a better way to spend a summer day?