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 settlers, their arrival in Nova Scotia and Lunenburg (from Germany, Holland, Swizerland, etc.), their day-to-day lives (old costumes on display), their faith (old Bibles on display), their resistance to enemy invasion, etc. No admission fee (donations welcome). So much worth a visit.
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