Period dress docents offer interesting facts of the family and their descendants in the area. Costume exhibit.
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Small museum highlighting some of the important historical information of Lunenburg. This is a self guided tour so I'm not sure this would be the best acitivity for small kids, but for adults that enjoy stopping and reading infromation it's very informative. Admission is just...More
We were a bit let down by our experience here, since there wasn't a guide to provide information concerning the house. We were glad we had already visited the Ross-Thomson House in Shelburne where we were provided with loads of information concerning this type of...More
An interesting gem of information on how British settlements were created in the 1700's and particularly how Lunenburg was created and settled in 1751. Has rooms of period clothing over the centuries, plus original settlers and their families, why this is a UNESCO Heritage site...More
Many wonderful objects and a grand way to learn more about the history of Lunenburg. Guides are there to help direct visitors.
This Knaut-Rhuland House is a history gem in Lunenburg. It helps you understand the town from its foundation. It is very well presented and children can enjoy it too. As you walk through the 1793 original house, you learn about the history of the first...More
You have to admire the band of volunteers who keep this place open, because it is of historic interest. But it is clear that they could do with more funding in order to preserve the property and present the exhibits more professionally. The open parts...More
Absolutely go to the K-R House Museum. Period costumes, quilts and an excellent history of how the town was created. Be sure to look at the list of boat passengers and see how many did not survive the trip. We left, then went back to...More
I wish we had more time to look around! The rooms were very detailed, and provided tons of fun facts about the house as well as the whole of Lunenburg. The guide, dressed in period clothing, was very educated and willing to answer questions. Highly...More
Entry is free, existing on donations. Rooms are laid out to show how they would have been in the day. a couple of rooms are set aside for small exhibition, sewing items etc.