Sydney, Nova Scotia Cruise Port

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About Sydney, Nova Scotia

Sydney has an industrial-center history. Local coal mines and a steel mill brought an influx of immigrants whose descendants continue to call Cape Breton home. Visitors enjoy the beach and boardwalk, and there are a number of festivals and cultural events to experience in the summertime.

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ZachAsherGma

Stunning town, fantastic people! We walked around and checked out downtown in the am and then had a walking tour of old Sydney in the afternoon. Absolutely recommend this tour. Our guide, Jay, was so very knowledgeable and fun and he introduced us to some great people and history! Make sure you do this tour and say hello to the 'Ragin' Cajun'! Oh my she was a hoot and seemed like such a beautiful person!

Visited: May 07, 2016

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travelbug2015

We took tour to Baddeck on Cape Breton to visit Alexander Graham Bell Museum and Historic Site. It was raining but great day for 45 min bus ride to Baddeck & 2-3 hours in museum & 45 min ride back to Sydney. Bell's life story is fascinating. Learned so much.

Visited: Aug 13, 2016

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motty0308

We weren’t expecting much here as we had been told that it was a very quiet little town, but we were surprised to find a car show going on, all along the main road.

Visited: Sep 24, 2017

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johnanddiney

Louisbourg and Baddeck are both great attractions but you need to travel to them. Sydney has a few small charming attractions but they are limited. We stopped in at a used clothing store called Gala(re) and had a riot. Awesome selection and pricing and the owner needs to be on a reality tv show.

Visited: Oct 14, 2017

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