In the 1870’s the Mariner King Inn was one of the first homes to become a Victorian in the trendy Italianate-style, by adding the famed Lunenburg “bump” over the entrance.
The second oldest Protestant church in Canada is a Canadian National Historic Site, built in the Carpenter’s Gothic architectural style.
Built in 1895, the beautiful Lunenburg Academy was for almost 117 years, a public-school educating primary to Grade 12 until it closed in March 2012.
An artisanal micro-distillery, where they distill every day, one batch at a time. The name Ironworks comes from the 1893 heritage building.