The Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic – Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada

Many European settlers acclimatized originally on a melancholia base forth the bank of Nova Scotia and surrounding littoral areas to angle the abounding fishing area off the Grand Banks. The fleets of Ships came from England, France and Spain to fish. The settlements were acclimated to dry and alkali their angle to use as basic in their own diets and eventually to trade. The communities grew and led to a advancing industry forth these littoral towns.

The Fisheries Building of the Atlantic celebrates this affluent history of fishing the Canada’s North Atlantic. The Building is amid on the beach in the celebrated boondocks of Lunenburg on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. The boondocks itself has been awarded a celebrated UNESCO apple ancestry designation.

Initially the Building started in 1967 aboard the 1938 schooner Theresa E. Connor, Canada’s oldest saltbank schooner. The address charcoal the flagship of the building docked alongside the accepted building and is accessible to accessible viewing.

The Building confused into a ample circuitous of celebrated barrio forth the waterfront. The Fisheries Building of the Atlantic is a above angle plant, and the circuitous has developed over the years to action a array of exhibits on 3 floors forth with retired fishing vessels, brilliant attractions, amphibian alongside the building including the ancillary trawler Cape Sable and the Theresa E. Connor. Building agents authenticate acceptable methods of cod fishing and activity aboard these celebrated vessels.

The Building includes an aquarium, the Ice House Theater with films all day and abundant fishing exhibits. In accession there is a Dory Boutique area visitors can watch craftsmen demonstrating how a Dory is built, a amphibian allowance shop, and the Old Angle Factory, a seafood restaurant alms beginning bounded fish.

The Lunenburg beach is breathtakingly admirable and the building stands out with its blithely corrective red buildings. Enjoy the beginning and abyssal aquariums abounding with built-in fish. At the examination catchbasin acclaim blow starfish and added abyssal creatures, a audible admired with the kids. Added exhibits cover the Banks Fisheries Gallery, the Hall of Inshore Fisheries, the Dory Shop, the Whales & Whaling and August Gales exhibits and the Fishermen’s Memorial Room.

There are added exhibits on shipbuilding, rum-running, activity in the fishing communities and old abyssal engines. Among added things the exhibits action old prints, photographs and illustrations of fishing methods and equipment. On the 2nd attic the Fishermen’s Memorial allowance offers a accolade to those men absent at sea from the anchorage of Lunenburg.

During the division acquaintance circadian demonstrations on angle filleting, lobster accessories & acceptable crafts. There are assorted alternate exhibits including the ablution of a schooner archetypal and watching it “slide down the ways”. Watch or participate in hooking a mat or adornment in the Activity in Fishing Communities exhibit. This building has something for everyone.

One display contains the world’s better accumulating of artifacts from Canada’s acclaimed schooner, the celebrated Bluenose. Bluenose 2 generally docked alongside the anchorage and offered trips and viewings. Currently the schooner is beneath apology in Lunenburg.

The Building has all-encompassing assets for educational and actual purposes and is committed to the canning of Atlantic Canada’s Seafaring Heritage. The South Shore Genealogical Society is aswell amid in the Museum.

This Building is a have to see for any cruise to the South Shore of Nova Scotia.