Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
Discover the spirit of innovation and creativity in the quaint village of Baddeck, Nova Scotia. Be inspired by the natural beauty of Una'ma'kik (Cape Breton Island), just as the Bell family did 100 years ago. Enjoy the breath-taking scenery of the surrounding hills and waters of the Bras d'Or Lake.
Visiting Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site
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