Explore Mainland Nova Scotia
Take adventures all across mainland Nova Scotia from the Yarmouth fisheries and Peggy's Cove to the Annapolis Valley wineries and historic sites, you can see it all from the hub of mainland Nova Scotia and stay at our Rum Runner Inn.
You may recognize her from your Canadian dimes. launched in 1921 the Bluenose is an iconic Canadian Schooner.
130 m (1 min walk)
A beautiful sandy beach. This is a great place to swim, lounge, or take a stroll.
54 km (43 min drive)
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
This bright red building on the harbour front is a distinctive feature from both land and sea.
120 m (1 min walk)
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.
The historical building was made in 1893 and has been beautifully preserved, but the real treasure is inside
Lunenburg Harbour Tours
See Lunenburg from a different angle, and enjoy the peace of the ocean.
Lunenburg Walking Tours
A variety of tours are available, with knowledgeable and friendly guides.
Lunenburg Whale Watching
Pop down to the wharf and check out the sailing times and the detailed tally of what ocean life has been recently spotted.
Risser's beach is a provincial park. Set back behind a campground, with convenient parking lot is a gorgeous sandy beach.
52 km (41 min drive)
Beer lover? Or just looking to get a taste of local culture by rubbing shoulders with the locals at a favourite spot?
12 km (15 min drive)
Sail Lunenburg on the Eastern Star with Star Charters (currently taking 6 related people in a bubble together).
Wine, beer, and more. Take a fun and interactive tour with Nancy to discover what Lunenburg has to offer.
130 m (1 min walk)
Tanner & Co
If local brews are your thing, this is a great microbrewery to check out!