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Bedste aktiviteter i Cape Breton Island

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Historic Site
“Listed as the largest reconstructed settlement on actual historic property in North America. If the history of the battles for control of North America between the English and French empires interested you, then you must visit this site. Great for families, couples and singles. There is lots to see, do and learn, all done either self guided interpretations or guided tours. Wonderful experience for the whole family!”
19 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“Alexander Graham Bell Museum is a good place to spend a few hours in Baddeck. If you have a National Parks Pass , you can use it for admission to any national park or national museum. If you plan on visiting several museums and going around the trail , I found an annual parks Canada pass is more economical for a family.”
22 lokale anbefaler
Park
“To hike, to see the beautiful Cabot Trail, Visit the National Parc of the Highland”
15 lokale anbefaler
Lodging
“A Golf Ressort from the upper Class Even if you only like to go out for dinner in the Public house (Pub) or in the restaurant it is great. Two Golf Courses Cabot Link and Cabot Cliffs”
19 lokale anbefaler
Pub
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“A famous Mabou establishment, on every Celtic music lover's hit list for traditional fiddle music and great food.”
21 lokale anbefaler
Bar
“Governor's has an outdoor patio and good food. Sometimes there is live entertainment. Most pubs in Nova Scotia allow children in to eat before 8 pm. 233 Esplanade, Sydney”
21 lokale anbefaler
Park
“A must trail to hike if that's what you like to do. The views are spectacular and a good chance to see wildlife.”
11 lokale anbefaler
Distillery
“The one and only single Malt distillery in canada 🇨🇦. With tours and fine dinning. ”
19 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
“Wonderful recreated historic village representing early Scottish settlements in Cape Breton. Interactive staff, themed events, and Indoor interpretation as well. Great to spend a whole day with the family or a few hours. ”
11 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“The Miner's Museum is one of the best tour's in Cape Breton. It is located in Glace Bay, NS. It also offers an excellent restaurant on site for lunch or supper. Then you have Renwick Brook for a nice stroll and the best chip truck ever across the street. ”
11 lokale anbefaler
Point of Interest
“Every Wednesday evening throughout the year, the Great Hall of the Clans comes alive with lively music, dancing, songs, and more! All for just $10! Experience true Nova Scotia Gaelic culture. Begins at 7:30pm”
11 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“"The Goat" (as it is affectionately called around these parts) is the place to stop for coffee, baked goods, sandwiches and soups. The food is delicious and the service is gracious! They are VERY busy in the summer, so call ahead for pick-up if you're in a hurry! The breakfast sandwich is really awesome (egg and your choice of meat or a tomato slice on a buttery, homemade biscuit), and you won't be sad if you take home a few muffins, cookies, or a loaf of porridge bread, either. ”
11 lokale anbefaler
Trail
“This is a beautiful hike that families or solo adventurers will enjoy! A scenic trail along the baddeck river ends in a breathtaking waterfall experience! Even littles love it (you might have to carry them at a few points, but it is so worth it)! Bring a snack and wear comfy shoes!”
10 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Take a Drive into our National Park where you can find out interesting information about cape breton and the animals that live around us! Take the kids to the Play ground! ”
11 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“You can sit on the rooftop patio overlooking Sydney Harbour and the Big Fiddle. The food is good and sometimes there are ships in the harbour. 60 Esplanade, Sydney”
8 lokale anbefaler
Sublocality Level 1
“The fortress and town were partially reconstructed in the 1960s and 1970s, using some of the original stonework, which provided jobs for unemployed coal miners. The site is operated by Parks Canada as a living history museum. The site stands as the largest reconstruction project in North America.”
11 lokale anbefaler