Art. Music. History. You’re surrounded by it in Halifax. Just walking through the streets is interesting. Although we’re pretty sure some of these attractions will entice you to take a look inside.
Alexander Keith’s Brewery
Take a tour of the brewery as actors in period costume lead you back in time.
Halifax Farmers Market
Visit the Farmer’s Market to browse a wide selection of local products, arts, crafts and delectable treats.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
From small craft boatbuilding to the Titanic and the Halifax Explosion, discover Halifax in relation to the sea.
Pier 21 National Historic Site
Canada’s Immigration Museum was once the arrival point for thousands of Canadian immigrants.
Visitors of all ages are invited to experience science by doing and experimenting.
Museum of Natural History
Scheduled to reopen in June 2010, the museum leads discovery into the wonders of our natural world.
Halifax Public Gardens
Officially opened in 1867, this rare example of a formal Victorian Garden is perfect for meandering.
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
The present Citadel is the fourth in a series of forts since 1749, to occupy the hill overlooking the harbour.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Offering various and rotating exhibitions, the AGNS is the gateway to the arts for Atlantic Canada.
Journey the streets (and the harbour) of historic downtown Halifax in a bus that turns into a boat.
Climb aboard and take part in Theodore Tugboat’s adventures around the harbour!
Titanic 100 Year Experience
Learn more about the tragic 1912 sinking of the Titanic and visit the cemetery where 121 victims are buried.
Halifax Highlights Tour
Explore the historical events that have shaped the city of Halifax.
Deluxe Historic Halifax City Tour
Enjoy an informative and fun-filled drive that will immerse your in the history of Halifax.
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