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Heritage? It’s who we are.

The Lunenburg Heritage Society was formed in 1972 as a registered charity with a mission to save Lunenburg’s unique architecture. While continuing to advocate for historic building conservation, the Society has grown to preserve and promote the full diversity of Lunenburg’s cultural and natural heritage. From Mi'kmaw habitation to the Acadian and Foreign Protestant settlements through Confederation... we tell Lunenburg's story. Nova Scotia's heritage strategy provides the integrated vision and framework for this undertaking.

A Treasured Past, A Precious Future (PDF 1.4 MB)

How can I support?

The Lunenburg Heritage Society is funded through government agencies, corporate sponsors, Society fund raising events, individual donations, museum admissions and membership fees. We could not operate without the generous support of our patrons and volunteers.

Your continuing contributions are especially important now as the Society undertakes restoration work on the Knaut-Rhuland House. Each donation helps and is an important source of matching funds for government grants. Make a donation today. All donations are tax deductable and receipts are promptly issued for each donation received.

Lunenburg Heritage Society
Canadian Registered Charity
RN: 119025815RR0001

Upcoming Events

30th Annual Nova Scotia Folk Art Festival
Sunday, August 5th, 2018 from 12 noon to 4pm at the War Memorial Arena in Lunenburg. Over 50 participating folk artists. Artwork for sale. Tickets purchased on site: $5 for adults, children free. Door prizes. Auction. Music. A great country atmosphere!

Follow us on Facebook @nsfolkartfestival

Pre-Order your Reprint of Lunenburg – Inventory of Historic Buildings

The Lunenburg Heritage Society is pleased to offer an opportunity to pre-order discounted copies of the reprint of Lunenburg – Inventory of Historic Buildings

Prepaid before June 30 – $40 (no tax)

After June 30 – $50 (no tax)

This iconic book, originally published in 1984, documents Lunenburg’s Built Heritage located in the Historic District as well as many other significant sites within the town. Although originally distributed to all residences in the town, copies are now costly and difficult to find.

Prepaid orders can be made prior to June 30 through the following means:

  • In person (cash, cheque, credit, debit): Knaut-Rhuland House Museum after June 7
  • By mail (cheque): Lunenburg Heritage Society, PO Box 674, Lunenburg B0J 2C0
  • Online (Paypal): LunenburgHeritageSociety.ca Giftshop

For more information please email LunenburgHeritageSociety@hotmail.com
or use our Contact page

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Donate

Your charitable contribution will help ensure the Lunenburg Heritage Society can continue to preserve and promote Lunenburg's heritage.

Membership

If you share our goals and objectives join us as a member. As a member you can vote at annual and special meetings, volunteer for executive roles on the Board of Directors or chair standing committees.

Contact Us

125 Pelham Street
Lunenburg, NS, Canada
Phone: 902-634-3498

Gift Shop

Your purchase supports the work of the Lunenburg Heritage Society and helps preserve Lunenburg - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.