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St. John's Anglican Church Lunenburg 10.2 km away
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
great restoration well worth a look a historic site with a great history Lutheran settlers and a prominent religion 275 years later
The most beautiful church in Nova Scotia, St John's Anglican is an ongoing monument to the history of Lunenburg, a World Unesco Heritage site.
Bluenose II Lunenburg 10.0 km away
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
Perfect activity to see the historic harbour and site of the Halifax explosion from the turn of the century and to experience this magnificent ship.
Great views and overall wonderful experience!
Lunenburg Historic District Lunenburg 10.0 km away
#4 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
Beautiful old buildings, lots of interesting shops, many seafood restaurants, horse carriage tours, walking tours, and a lovely view of the harbour to mention a few.
There are many beautiful, restored houses and buildings in the historic district which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Ironworks Distillery Lunenburg 10.2 km away
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
They have a really awesome spot in the old black smith shop, you can see how they distill everything right on site.
Great view
Blue Rocks Lunenburg 11.5 km away
#5 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
Blue Rocks is a treasure: a lonely, tranquil harbour, superb views of the bay from several vantage points, kayaks to rent.
Beautiful view and a great place for kayaking!
Wishing Stones Studio & Gallery Lunenburg 6.1 km away
#10 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
Knaut-Rhuland House Lunenburg 10.2 km away
#6 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lunenburg
This house is a quick inexpensive (donations only) way to view how folks lived in the day.