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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Lighthouse
“The lighthouse is a nice place to take pictures and look across to the Fortress. As part of the Fortress of Louisbourg reconstruction, this 55 foot tall lighthouse was completed in 1933. It sits on the site of Canada’s first lighthouse and the second in North America. Portions of the original lighthouse foundation, built by the French in 1734, are still visible. The site also features hiking trails that provide stunning views of the area, complete with interpretive panels highlighting the region’s history and surrounding natural wonders.”
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Establishment
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Seafood Restaurant
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Restaurant
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Lodging
“Beggars Banquet - amazing dinner theatre type restaurant where you get to dress in 1700's clothing and enjoy fantastic meal and entertainment - pre-booking required”
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Park
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“The Foggy Hermit Cafe in Louisbourg is a great little place to stop for coffee and a sweet or to have a meal. They have a patio, offer flights of beer and sometimes have live entertainment. They are on Facebook.”
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“Crab fest in Louisbourg takes place the first weekend in August every summer. On Friday night enjoy live entertainment, mussels, and refeshments. On Saturday afternoon, there are children's activities, face painting and crab dinner. At night there is live entertainment and a beer tent. ”
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“Mako My Day shark fishing derby- Louisbourg Ever wanted to go shark fishing?... Here's your chance! Join us on August 17, 2019 for the 8th Annual Mako My Day Louisbourg Shark Derby. No experience necessary, equipment provided *. Participants must be 19 years of age or older. The minimum age is 16 (only when the participant is accompanied by a parent or guardian who is also participating in the derby). Registration includes a day of fun filled shark fishing, t-shirt, hat & fishing gear*. Participants are also treated to an awards banquet, with a hot meal and live entertainment following the derby. The entry fee is $150 per person. All registrations must be done in person at Mullins Rite Stop, 4320 Louisbourg Highway in Albert Bridge. * Fishing gear included: rod, reel, hooks per team Fun for the whole Family! Balloon animals, face painting, kids games, BBQ, sharks landed/weigh in, music Open to the Public - No Admission”
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“The Oceans of Opportunity Marine Science Center. Located at 30 Harbourfront Crescent in Louisbourg, the Oceans of Opportunity Marine Science and Heritage Centre is making use of the formerly abandoned Craft Centre property. The O2 houses several elements of interest; Marine Science Headquarters, Heritage Boat Building, Shipwreck Museum, and a Marine Science Field Laboratory. All of these facilities are open and welcoming to the public! We had a lot of fun with the virtual reality experience.”
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Bar
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Liquor Store
Library
“Library in Louisbourg for wifi Glace bay Library-143 Commercial Street James McConnell Memorial Library 50 Falmouth St. Sydney”
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