The Essential
This small waterfront town sits at the mouth of the Roseway River, which empties into elongated Shelburne Harbour. Founded by Loyalists in 1783, the town was briefly one of the largest 18C cities in North America. The expansion was short-lived, since many settlers moved elsewhere. This historic district is bounded by Dock Street along the water's edge, King Street, Water Street and Anne Street.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Shelburne

Ross-Thomson House and Store Museum
Ross-Thomson House and Store Museum
This two-storey structure was in use by