Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Introduction to Lunenburg

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is the best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America. The wooden architecture of the houses (some dating back to the 18th century) has been beautifully preserved creating a picture-perfect community that has become a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is the best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America. The wooden architecture of the houses (some dating back to the 18th century) has been beautifully preserved creating a picture-perfect community that has become a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Other than wandering the streets of this beautiful town and visiting its historic harbour, museums and shops, Lunenburg is the perfect place from which to explore more of what the region has to offer.

Beautiful beaches perfect for lazing around or swimming, body surfing and snorkelling are close by. If you’re feeling energetic you can try your hand at golf, explore the area hiking or biking, or you can go kayaking.

There are also a number of local natural wonders to explore such as the mysterious Oak Island, Ovens Natural Park and Peggy’s Cove.

Whatever you decide to do, one visit to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia won’t be enough.

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