Points of Interest
- Bras d'Or Lake
- Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
- Highland Village & Museum
Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.
Spend a day exploring the Bras d'Or Lakes region of Cape Breton Island. Your first stop is the Highland Village, a living history museum and cultural center that celebrates the Gaelic experience in Nova Scotia. Step back in time as you stroll among the period buildings, view authentic artifacts, discover Nova Scotia's rich Scottish Gaelic cultural history, and learn a little Gaelic from the friendly and knowledgeable staff. Next you'll travel to the Inverary Resort for a complimentary lunch. Originally built in 1850, the 11-acre resort offers outstanding views of the beautiful landscape. After lunch, visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, where guests will learn about Bell's inventions through the voice of his wife. Following your visit of the museum, spend some free time exploring the charming village of Baddeck. On your return trip to the ship, your route will take you to Seal Island for a photo stop atop Kelly's Mountain. Situated on St. Ann's Bay, Kelly's Mountain offers panoramic views of the entire Bras d'Or Lakes as well as the Seal Island Bridge.
Special Notes:There is a fair amount of walking at the Highland Village. However, the tour is scenic and if you wish, you can enjoy the views from the transportation. Tour may operate in reverse order. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.
Child Price:12 & under reduced
Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.