After visiting our municipality, why not explore a few of Nova Scotia’s other well-known towns on the
South Shore:
From the brightly coloured buildings to the world-famous Bluenose II schooner, Old Town Lunenburg is a fascinating mix of hard-working fishing town, well-preserved piece of history and creative hub for  Maritime artisans. As the host of the annual Lunenburg Festival of Crafts and home to The Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, Lunenburg is steeped in rich history and a fun, casual east coast energy. In fact, Lunenburg is such a delightful place, UNESCO has designated the entire town a World Heritage site – one of only two urban communities designated in North America! Once you’ve soaked up Lunenburg’s  colourful history, take in a round of golf at the Bluenose Golf Club, wander nearby shops and wind down  with a delicious meal by the sea.