Port Hastings Museum & Archives
History comes alive in this 100-year-old Cape Breton house overlooking the Canso Strait that features the Pioneer Room, commerce room (local history), family room and early hobbies and pastimes. Displays on the construction of the world’s deepest man-made causeway and its impact on the railroad, ferry and lives of families in the area. Main floor wheelchair-accessible. Admission free, donations appreciated.
Port Hastings Museum & Archives
Orangedale Railway Museum
Orangedale Railway Station is a museum dedicated to the history and people who built and operated the railway on Cape Breton Island. The aims of the museum are to preserve the railroading history of Cape Breton Island and inform the public of the rich railroading heritage that exists on Cape Breton.
Orangedale Railway Museum
Granville Green Outdoor Concert Series
Granville Green is a series of free outdoor concerts made possible by the corporate support of Sobeys, STATIA and ATV, and community spirited businesses that have a commitment to the arts and their community.
Granville Green Outdoor Concert Series
Ceilidh Trail
Around every bend, the Ceilidh Trail offers stunning vistas of rugged coastline, bays and inlets, verdant hills and rolling farmlands as it follows the shore of western Cape Breton for 107 km (67 mi.) from the Canso Causeway to the Cabot Trail.
Ceilidh Trail
Bell Bay Golf Club
Situated in the scenic village of Baddeck, Cape Breton Island. This beautiful Thomas McBroom course sits high above the Bras d'Or Lakes, North America's beautiful inland sea, overlooking the Bay from which it derives its name.
Bell Bay Golf Club





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