1880 Kaulbach House Historic Inn

Address: 75 Pelham St., Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, B0J 2C0, Canada | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 75 Pelham St., Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Nova Scotia Sailing.
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    Travel Blogs from Lunenburg

    Hangin' out with Bluenose...

    A travel blog entry by lynandgrae on Jun 28, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... This memorial was placed for passengers & crew that were lost on the1998 crash of Swissair flight 111, just off the coast here. We finally rolled into Lunenburg around 7:00pm & checked into the Boscawen Inn. A nice Atlantic seafood meal finished the night...

    Sunday 28/06...
    Decided to just walk around town today! We walked across to the other side, beside the links style golf course for some photos back across the water to the town. Headed back ...

    Halifax and Lunenburg

    A travel blog entry by madolph on Aug 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... class, and shipwrecks (including the Titanic which sank just off the coast of Nova Scotia.) As the rain continued to pellet us, we decided to drive out to Lunenburg. It's this adorable coastal town that has some of the oldest buildings in Canada. Yes, it's a tourist destination but it houses the Bluenose II! It's been built to recreate the original fishing boat turned racing schooner that was sunk in Haiti. Dinner was at Salty's on the waterfront tonight ...

    Fishing, Sea Caves, and Sea Views

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 69 photos

    ... town and toured the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. This is a very good museum. They gave us an hour guided tour and passed on lots of information particularly about the Bluenose I and II, and lobsters. The area was originally a cod fishing area as this was the major fish there. Due in part to over fishing, water temperature changes, etc, the numbers of cod dropped , but scallops, haddock, and lobster moved in and the fishing industry ...

    Day 17-18 - Shediac, NB to Glen Margaret, NS

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on May 04, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... straight and look like we were leaning.... does any of this make sense to you....

    After that we did donate to the Casino New Brunswick. Seems no matter who we get to chat with when they learn we are from BC they either have family there or in neighbouring Alberta. Today when Denis went to get a player's card at the casino the woman who served him had worked in Vancouver for Great Canadian Casino and moved to New Brunswick as she wanted to buy a home and she ...

    Treading the boards of old Lunenburg

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 23, 2013

    11 photos

    ... at Lunenburg Shipyards in 1963 and being restored at the moment so can only see from a distance at another wharf but we can have a look after 4.00pm when the workers have finished working on the boat. The original Bluenose built in 1921 is not in port. Lunenburg is a shipbuilding and fishing town. Walked along the wharf few lobster boats at the wharves, lots of seafood restaurants, boutiques, souvenir shops. The Fisheries Museum of ...