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Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
Nova Scotia visitors ready to learn about the history of the fishing industry along the North Atlantic coast, visit historic Lunenburg.
This small Atlantic Canada town is home to the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. Step inside this 46,000 square foot museum, located in the 19th-century Lunenburg Sea Products building, to learn more about this vital industry. Take your time through the museum to view the 43,000 artifacts and watch demonstrations of lobster trap making and fish filleting.
Schedule plenty of time to explore the all three floors of exhibits. Step aboard the two deep-sea fishing vessels along the dock, for a hands-on look at what life was like on the water. Stroll past the fourteen tanks in the aquarium and enjoy watching a film in the Ice House Theatre. The Canada Age of Sail gallery and the working boat building shop are two of the more popular exhibits.
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