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Fortress of Louisbourg-Indigenous Interpretation Centre

259 Park Service Rd, Fortress Of Louisbourg

1-902-733-3552



Discover a part of the rich Mi’kmaw heritage of Unama’ki! During Louisbourg’s French occupation, the Mi’kmaq played a vital role, supporting the community through knowledge sharing and supporting the French in times of war. The Indigenous Interpretation Centre at the Fortress of Louisbourg is a special place to talk about Mi’kmaw history through images, artifacts, songs, traditional drumming and storytelling.

Free with site entry pass.

Daily 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, June to September.

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