Heritage House Tours

Thanks to all for attending our
Heritage House Tour in June, 2017.

Please check back for our next date in June, 2019



Saturday, June 10, 2017

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Enjoy the remarkable interiors of five houses, five churches, one museum, and two educational institutions.

In celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial, we will be featuring homes built pre-Confederation.

This will provide insight into what Lunenburg looked like 150 years ago, reinforcing our community’s commitment to preservation, and showcasing the evolution of built heritage over time.

Tickets: $20 advance ($25 on day of event)

Tour begins at the Lunenburg Academy (97 Kaulbach Street, Limited Parking)

Come inside the Heritage Classroom, exchange your ticket for your Tour Passport which will reveal the five circa 1867 houses featured on tour, and enjoy a wonderful day exploring the streets of Old Town Lunenburg, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and beyond!

Also, watch for other great activities happening in Lunenburg throughout the weekend.

For more information and to purchase tickets: tinyurl.com/LHHT2017

Thanks to our Event Sponsors: 

Red Door Realty

Bailly’s Fuels

BMR Lunenburg Hardware

Castle Nova Scotia Building Supplies

Edwards & Quarrie Restoration

Ironworks Distillery

Lunenburg Academy Foundation

Notice for Volunteers

The LHS still needs volunteers to help with our House Tour. If you enjoy meeting new people, ushering guests and explaining the finer points of architecture and interior design please contact our Committee Chair, Nathalie: lunenburghousetour@gmail.com


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


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.

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