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Small, but informative museum and lighthouse. If you're in the area and looking for something to do, this is somewhere to spend a little bit of time. Donations only and a great way to get a little bit of the history of the area. The...More
We like to collect unique, personal stories from the places we visit and the people we meet and were not disappointed at the St. Paul South West Lighthouse. Like the beautiful Fresnel lamp inside the lighthouse, our guide's stories of it's origins and its current...More
It's a unique opportunity to enter a light house. This light house is 102 years old and it is the first non wooden.
We got a detailed information from a nice lady and we were able to see how it is built with the lenses...More
The most amazing part of this little museum is the tour guide and her enthusiasm! Loved her and wish I had gotten her name. She even let us carry our little dog with us on the tour. The history was fascinating and I learned quite...More
We had not planned to visit this area but were intrigued with the lighthouse. The views in the surrounding area were very nice and the lighthouse tour was fantastic. This turned out to be a memorable hidden gem for us along the Cabot Trail.
Two gems: the museum and the tour guide whose knowledge held us tight! Not being maritime history buffs, we had no idea of the grim, dark drama - particularly the extent - that St Paul's Island off the northeastern coast of Nova Scotia coast inflicted...More