Our latest trip to Nova Scotia had a bit of a theme, while we didn't cover the entire south shoreline we did cover a lot of it, traveling along the Lighthouse Route we found many points of interest worthy of stopping. The Lahave Lighthouse is situated within the Fort Point Museum just before you exit the town traveling south on the Route.
Each Lighthouse stop is unique, this one has the remnants of an old military fort, hence the name.
Although the Museum was not open for our April visit we found the sight to be quite interesting and at the least offer a few good photo opps.
Seeing canons that date well beyond a century old is kind of interesting.
We enjoyed watching the local boat traffic for a while before heading back into town to visit the Lahave Bakery, which if you are stopping for the lighthouse you should make every effort to get to the Bakery, it's worth it!
Enjoy the pics...
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