Lunenburg is one of only two urban communities in North America designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Seventy percent of the original colonial buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries continue to greet visitors with their colourful façades. Wander Lunenburg’s distinctive waterfront and listen for salty tales of seafaring and rum-running and discover a charming town filled with amazing restaurants, distilleries, breweries, artisans and unique shops. The town is also the home port of Nova Scotia’s sailing ambassador, Bluenose II.
Welcome to Lunenburg’s historic and bustling working waterfront. The Lunenburg Waterfront is a pillar of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and Nova Scotia’s seafaring and boatbuilding traditions. And it all comes to live alongside an active working waterfront.
Please inquire with our Marina Office for information on berthing availability and services.
Street and lot parking is available on the Lunenburg Waterfront.*
*Please Note: Lunenburg waterfront and area parking is not overseen by Build Nova Scotia.
Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, 68 Bluenose Drive, Lunenburg waterfront has 50+ paid parking spaces available. A $4 parking fee is charged upon exit of the lot.
Metered parking is available along Bluenose Drive and along streets lining the Lunenburg waterfront.
For more information on downtown parking in Lunenburg visit the Town of Lunenburg website.