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Lunenburg and Mahone Bay Tour

Lunenburg and Mahone Bay Tour

Lunenburg and Mahone Bay Tour
Lunenburg and Mahone Bay Tour by Ron Cogswell
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The charming South Shore is filled with the history of fishing, boat building, and rum running

6 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


  • Kilted driver/guide
  • Walking tour of Lunenburg
  • Photo opportunities in Mahone Bay

Added Safety Measures in Place


  • Choice of admission into the Lunenburg Fisheries Museum or a walking tour of the town with a local historian

  • Lunch
  • Gratuities

Please Note

  • This tour has a minimum 6 passenger requirement and is subject to cancellation if the minimum is not met. In the unlikely event of such a cancellation, a refund will be provided or an alternative will be offered.

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Lunenburg and Mahone Bay Tour

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The rugged coastline of Nova Scotia embodies pure maritime charm and small-town friendliness from within the fishing villages dotted along the shore. The brightly painted cottages and salt-scented air of two of the south shore’s standouts, Lunenburg and Mahone Bay, make for an idyllic day of exploring with Gray Line Halifax.

Lunenburg, a tiny coastal gem, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the perfect place to wander away an afternoon. Explore the picturesque side streets or visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic to learn more about the livelihood of Lunenburg’s residents. The cheerfully colored buildings populating the waterfront are originals, some dating back to the 18th century.

There are more postcard-perfect sights to be seen in Mahone Bay, just a short drive along the Atlantic coastline. Tucked into the craggy shores of its namesake bay, this popular destination known for the get-away-from-it-all setting is home to art galleries, maritime museums, and an annual boat festival, drawing thousands of seafaring travelers each year. Your day along the wildly beautiful coastline of Nova Scotia is sure to take your breath away.
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4.2 / 5   overall customer review rating
Jordan Smith
Aug 29 2022
This was an enjoyable tour, however it would have been better if the listing indicated the status of the Blue Nose, as finding out on the way there was a bit late. Also, sometimes the information shared by the guide was a bit dull, as if it were being read off a page.
Laurent Boutin
Aug 13 2022
Good fun, complete and informative
Stephanie Cuttle
Oct 05 2019
Bob was our guide. He was awesome! He was so knowledgeable! He gave us a lot of history and amusing anecdotes about the area. He kept the tour fun, interesting and lively without it being too much. He was also quite concerned about everyone’s safety and watched out for all of us on the tour. He made sure the passengers from the cruise ships made it to their destination in good time as well. He was by far the best guide we had on any of the tours we took while in Nova Scotia!
James Berry
Sep 24 2019
Wonderful day trip. Our driver was a wealth of knowledge
a Gray Line customer
Aug 27 2019
Booking went smoothly really.
Sooyeon Park
Aug 17 2019
Very convenient to purchase the tickets
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