Halifax was founded in 1749 and has always been a major port. Today it is a modern city of 180,000.
Not to be missed is the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic which houses a maritime history collection, including the great Halifax explosion and the RMS Titanic.
On a hill overlooking downtown Halifax is the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site a star-shaped fort where British Military life in the 1800's is re-created.
Known as "The City of Trees" Halifax has many parks, including the Halifax Public Gardens which is a classic Victorian park.
Stroll through Historic Properties - 200 year old waterfront buildings that have been restored to house a variety of boutiques, shops and restaurants.
the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame, featuring interactive displays, kiosks, memorabilia and more- 150 years of sports history.
The Halifax Public Gardens are more than an open space or park. They are a rare example of a formal...
Today Neptune Theatre is Atlantic Canada’s largest professional regional theatre.
Grafton Street Dinner Theatre is Halifax's most unique dining experience.
Experience the star-shaped Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada, operated by Parks Canada, where Halifax's historic role as key...
Discover the natural wonders of Nova Scotia all under one roof in the heart of Halifax city.
The collection includes artifacts, images, charts and plans relating to the marine history of Nova Scotia.
Follow in the footsteps of the 1.5 million immigrants and Canadian military service personnel who passed through Pier 21 between 1928 and 1971.
The Thomas McCulloch Museum houses the McCulloch Bird collection.
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia collects, preserves and exhibits visual arts for the benefit of both residents and visitors...