Join a kilted guide in "New Scotland" for an enchanting tour of Lunenburg and Mahone Bay. Explore the South Shore filled with history of fishing, boat building, the pirate of 'Oak Island' and the rum running along this craggy coastline. Lunenburg is home to Nova Scotia's largest fishing fleet, Lunenburg Academy, extraordinary architecture, supreme shops and more.Enjoy a guided walking tour of Lunenburg or entrance to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. From Lunenburg, continue with a drive through Mahone Bay, famous for its churches along the shore and its picturesque beauty. There will be plenty of time for exploring these remarkable seaside towns.
These quaint neighbouring towns located in Nova Scotia’s South Shore are brimming with histories that date back to the 18th century. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lunenburg is a warm and welcoming host to guests eager to discover the many treasures and places of interest within the community. Guests may choose to learn more about the town the Bluenose II, while be accompanied by a local guide, or dive deeper into Lunenburg’s fishing industry during a visit to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. A quick drive to Mahone Bay and you’ll be welcome to explore the scenic and hospitable community which offers a plethora of shopping, charming cafés, and copious photo opportunities of the town views and especially of the iconic Three Churches. Travel to, from, and between these towns will be provided by the accommodating team from Ambassatours Gray Line who will share informative and intriguing stories including the Oak Island mystery, rum running, privateers, and more.