The green building is a pizza place. I’m not sure if the orange building is part of the pizza place or a separate residence. Either way, the two of them together make a really bold statement!
Lunenburg Academy is one of the more elaborate buildings you’ll see here. It was built in 1894/95 and it’s now the only intact 19th century Academy building surviving in Nova Scotia.
This is the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, right on the harbour.
A bright red folk art shop… this is the building with the boat window planters.
We drie by the Lunenburg Foundry & Engineering Limited building every time we go into Lunenburg. I never realized that it’s actually a combination workshop/store until I walked by it and stopped to look in the windows. They primarily make bronze collectables and solar castings here. I bought a really cool bronze piece that I’ll be showing you soon.
A health/wellness/beauty business operates out of this pretty turquoise building.
Bluenose Lodge – there seems to be a lot of painting going on around here!
This lovely old red brick building is the court house.
Just a couple of the many charming inns & B&Bs in Lunenburg…
Anyone up for some seafood? :-)
There are lots of artists in Lunenburg. This is just one of the many art galleries.