Bell Bay Golf Club

Cape Breton’s Championship Golf Course in the centrally located town of Baddeck, Nova Scotia.

Season: May to October

Uisge Ban Falls

Gaelic for "white water", this 4km hike leads to the impressive 16 meter (52 foot) waterfall and granite gorge. Parking, picnic tables (some with shelters), and vault toilets are on site.

Open year-round.

Paddledog Kayak Tours

Take a guided tour of the Bras d'Or Lakes. Paddle around Kidston Island and enjoy views of the eagle population, wildlife, and beautiful Bell estate.

Season: July to August

Baddeck Ceilidhs

A ceilidh is a kitchen party featuring local Celtic music, song, and dance! This ceilidh features a square dance workshop in addition to performances by local artists. The Gaelic word, pronounced "kay-lee", means a gathering of people. 

Season: August to October

Amoeba Sailing Tours

Experience a unique sailing tour with spectacular views of the Bras d'Or Lakes. See bald eagles, Alexander Graham Bell's estate, Beinn Breagh, and the beautiful Baddeck shoreline.

Season: May to October

Alexander Graham Bell Museum

Discover a world of invention! View short films, artifacts, and much more. Find out what inspired Alexander Graham Bell to teach deaf children to speak. Explore his giant kites, airplanes, a record setting hydrofoil boat and, of course, the telephone.

Season: May to October

Big Spruce Brewery

Visit this on-farm homegrown brewery for delicious unfiltered, unpasteurized Cape Breton made beer, using certified organic hops grown on-site.

Open year-round.