Lunenburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Canada's most beautiful places. An authentic English speaking environment with a nearly 100% unilingual population, Lunenburg boasts great local shopping, many year round festivals, delectable pubs and cafes, and breathtaking scenery. It is a safe, welcoming, and culturally aware community perfect for language learners of all ages and levels.
Lunenburg and its surrounding areas offer some of the most sought after day trips in Nova Scotia. From visiting Peggy's Cove to spending the afternoon Whale Watching, our students have the opportunity to participate in a vast variety of off-campus activities that can be enjoyed individually or with a group. We also hold many on-campus activities that celebrate diversity and social inclusion. These activities are a great way for our students to share their culture with their fellow students as well as many local Nova Scotians!
- Time Zone
- GMT (UTC0)
- 2 313
- Costs of Living
- Soft drink: 2 CAD
- Coffee: 1.50 - 3.50 CAD
- Dinner: 20 CAD
- Fast food: 7 CAD
- Movie: 15 CAD
- Pocket money: 100 CAD
- Home of the World Famous Bluenose II
A Canadian icon; explore this magnificant ship in dock or out on the water. The chance to see and experience the Bluenose II is one that's not to be missed.
- Peggy's Cove
Visit this small rural community known best for its famous lighthouse and beautiful scenery.
How to get there
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Getting from Halifax Stanfield International Airport to Lunenburg: Eurocentres Atlantic Canada Staff Member or Taxi
- Travel to school
Lunenburg is small enough that you can walk everywhere fairly easily.