Located in Nova Scotia’s South Shore, a tour of the charming Town of Lunenburg is ideal for anyone keen on discovering the history, many treasures, and unique character of the well-preserved town. Lunenburg is one of only two urban North American communities designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join a local expert on a guided walking tour to learn more about Lunenburg, the architecture, and the Bluenose II or, feel free to explore on your own - dive deeper into Lunenburg’s fishing industry at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, walk the colourful waterfront, or pop into the many shops, distilleries, and eateries. Travel to and from Lunenburg will include enlightening commentary from a local guide.
6-hour guided tour by bus
Tours begin Saturday, June 3. View complete schedule here.
Senior 65+: $108.30
Youth (0-15): $76.45
Lunenburg Tour by Bus departs from the Ambassatours Tour Ticket Centre at 1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax
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