- Our list of the best things to do in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, features the top 23 nearby activities — including 17 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Tours, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia , followed by 18 popular activities in nearby cities, including Baddeck, Inverness, Cheticamp, Dingwall and Iona
Visitors of the Gallery La Bella Mona Lisa will be able to view the works of Michel Williatte-Battet, which include oil on canvas paintings and tremclad on canvas paintings. The location also sells the artist's works.
98% 205 votes
4119 Highway 223, Victoria County, Iona, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Guests of the Highland Village will have the opportunity to acclimate themselves with Nova Scotia's Gaelic culture. The location features a blacksmith, traditional livestock, and costumed animators who demonstrate a variety of activities.
Cabot Links features an 18 hole golf course and a variety of lodging options, many of which provide views of both the ocean and the golf course. Guests can also dine at the Panorama Restaurant, the Cabot Bar, and the Cabot Public House.
The Inverness Miners' Museum features artifacts, paintings, drawings, photographs, and an audio and video collection that conserves the heritage of the local area. Guests can also go on hiking and ecotours.
The Saint Peter's Church location offers guests the opportunity to visit a historic, large church with a small organ and choir seats. Church fundraisers feature the music of parish members, including singing and fiddle playing.
91% 23 votes
Cheticamp Information Centre | Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Cheticamp, Nova Scotia MoreLess Info
Guests of the 8.4 kilometer Acadian Trail have the opportunity to take in views of the Acadian coastline from 365 feet above the Ch_ticamp River. The trail, which takes around three to four hours travel, features steep inclines, rugged sections, and benches for when guests need to rest.