throughout the town, which is something everyone is very proud of and visitors are, of course, lapping up. Lunenburg is experiencing growth and handling it very well indeed. Wright is thrilled that in the three years she has been operating in Lunenburg, she has seen an increased number of really interesting retail businesses open, existing restaurants expand and exciting new eateries open, like Lincoln Street Foods.
Going way, way back If Lunenburg’s history is something you want to immerse yourself in, there are some very interesting museums, but you can go deeper by taking a walking tour. Shelah Allen, coowner of Lunenburg Walking Tours says that on her tours she helps people really get a feel for the place. (Allen encourages people to take a walking tour at the start of their Lunenburg trip, as her guides are able to provide lots of insider info and recommendations on the best places to eat, drink and visit.) Tempted yet? Maybe you want to think about staying the night or weekend so you can truly get to know the place. “You can absolutely do a daytrip to Lunenburg, but there is so much to do that you could spend three or four days here and spend your time well, plus we have fantastic accommodations here,” says Allen. Well, what are you waiting for? █
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