A large anchor sits outside the Lunenburg Fisheries Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada which represents part of the fishing heritage of the Atlantic coast of Canada along with the rest of the museum. The exterior of the Fisheries Museum is brightly painted red, while inside there is a world of fascinating attractions.
The grounds are kept exceptionally beautiful and a maritime gift shop, a restaurant and many unique vessels docked along the wharf make up the beauty of this unique tourist attraction.
Exterior of the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic in the town of Lunenburg, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lunenburg Harbour, Lighthouse Route, Highway 3, Nova Scotia, Canada. Lunenburg was established in 1753.