s one of Nova Scotia's most historic and beautiful towns, Lunenburg's colourful waterfront, narrow streets and captivating wooden architecture are all under a 5 minute walk from The Lunenburg Inn. From our front step walk, jog or cycle the 3 kilometre [6k return] trail created from Lunenburg's former rail line, hugging the Back Harbour to return through the historic streetscapes of "Old Town".
Here you will discover craft shops, art galleries along with fine restaurants and coffee shops. Located harbourside is the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and if in port, our pride, the sleek Bluenose II. Whale watching, sailing and harbour tours are all available from the town's waterfront.
Within easy driving distance are some of Nova Scotia's finest white sand beaches - Kingsburg, Hirtle's, Rose Bay, take a fishing excursion from the quaint fishing villages of Blue Rocks and Stonehurst or meander along the shore toward Mahone Bay or back to Riverport and down the LaHave River Valley.
A Town for All Seasons
So much to see and do in all seasons. Spring and Winter offer a chance to see our historic buildings without being obscured by filled out trees and shrubs, coupled with an extremely temperate climate. Summer holds promise of warm nights perfect for cruising the bays, rivers and lakes and our Festivals - NS Folk Art Festival, Folk Harbour Festival, Craft & Street Fest. Fall is truly a special time in Nova Scotia, warm days, cool nights as well as spectacular colours make cycling, hiking, beachcombing, kayak & canoeing a pleasure.
Other Online Resources
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
and BLUENOSE II
Folk Harbour Festival
Our inn on the Canadian Register of
Canada's Historic Places
South Shore Tourism Association
St. Johns Anglican Church .... restored
National Historic site