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The Historical Association of Annapolis Royal, who operates the popular Candlelight Graveyard Tours, also owns this historic lighthouse. It serves as the headquarters for their award-winning National Historic District, Acadian / Mi'kmaq and Cradle...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
204-244 St George St, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada
All reviews picturesque spot board walk historic downtown centre of town the main street the water's edge george street nova scotia located right boardwalk alain benches history bay fundy stroll graveyard
You go right up to this lighthouse. It is along the boardwalk and the mix of the water and the lighthouse and the view is beautiful. Especially on the a azing weather day we experienced. It is in town so you will see and or...More
We very much enjoyed the various lighthouses we saw on our vacation this summer. Each of the lighthouses we visited are unique in their own way. Each has a awesome story to tell as well as history of of them.
It’s about halfway along the boardwalk on the seafront in Annapolis Royale. We’ve seen many lighthouses in Nova Scotia on our road trip, and this was no different, except it no longer works, and although it’s nice to look around the outside, there seemed nothing...More
This is one of the few remaining lighthouses along the cost of Nova Scotia. After leaving Fort Anne, work yourself down to the edge of the bay. There is a boardwalk that runs along the bay… After a short distance you will come upon the...More