Fantastic Things to do in Lunenburg You Won’t to Miss

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Gorgeous Lunenburg Nova Scotia is only 4 square km or 48 blocks and has just 2,263 permanent residents. Old Town of Lunenburg was named a UNESCO site in 1995.

It is Instagram heaven with colourful houses lining the streets, a picturesque harbor, great food, and super cute street signs.

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Visit Ironworks Distillery

It is not often you find a distillery in the middle of a cute town’s downtown! Ironworks Distillery is located in a historic building where they handcraft their brews using local ingredients.

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Eat Loads of Seafood

The Grand Banker, Salt Shaker Deli, South Shore Fish Shack, The Half Shell–There are a lot of seafood restaurants in Lunenburg given its size and the standard is very high.

3

Nice, Cote d’Azur

The Queen of the North Atlantic Bluenose II was a fishing and racing legend until the original was lost at sea off the coast of Haiti in 1946.

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4

Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Blue Rocks Nova Scotia is ridiculously picturesque. And still a working fishing village.

5

Peggy’s Cove

Peggy’s Cove is the home of Peggy’s Point Lighthouse – often referred to as the most famous lighthouse in all of Canada – and Canada has a lot of lighthouses.

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