We found this little bit of immersion into Gaelic (Scottish) culture on Cape Breton Island a surprise and great memory. Though a pay as you go, we appreciate why and wish them well in keeping the traditions, language, and culture of the Scottish immigrants alive and well. Especially if one has Scottish roots, this is a great place to plunge back into the heritage. If you want an authentic Kilt, this is a place to get it. But the authenticity will not come cheap. Still, they do say a good kilt is worth 5 strokes toward a better golf game. What price glory?
You can spend a hour or two visiting and participating in demonstrations and you can come back in the evening from 10 to 2 and participate in some serious foot-stomping entertainment. You want authentic pipes and fiddles, this is the place to go - or to find out where to go on Cape Breton most any night in the summer.
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