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Fortress of Louisbourg- Mi’kmaw Interpretive Centre

259 Park Service Road



Share stories, celebrate traditions, and explore cultural connections. Storytellers invite you to learn about the rich heritage of Unama’ki and the important role of L’nu, also known as the Mi’kmaq, in 18th century Louisbourg. Get a glimpse into history through images and artifacts, then experience authentic language, drumming, and demonstrations gathered around a campfire. Visit the website for more information.

  • Daily, June-mid-October
  • Parks Canada has made a number of changes to operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visitors are encouraged to consult regularly for up-to-date trip planning information

Free with site entry pass

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