If the rocks of Nova Scotia could talk they would tell fascinating tales of explorers, fishermen and soldiers struggling together in love, loss and victory. The city of Halifax offers a rich mosaic of cultures, scenery, culinary and heritage experiences that shouldn't be missed.
Re-live the stories of the province's rich history through Halifax world-class attractions such as Pier 21 –Canada’s immigration museum, the Maritime Museum of Atlantic – Learn more about Atlantic Canada’s maritime history or explore Halifax Citadel.
Listen to the sounds of the seabirds, enjoy the wind on your face and see the spray rise up through the rocks as the power of the water connects with the land at places like Peggy's Cove.
Listen to local live maritime entertainment in one of Halifax many pubs or tempt "Lady Luck" at the Casino Nova Scotia.
Shop, eat or drink at Historic Properties where 19th-century privateers warehouse have been transformed into a delightful array of specialty boutiques and restaurants. Stroll in the footsteps of licensed pirates who stored their booty in these warehouses.
Halifax has been a significant port city ever since its founding in 1749. While walking along the waterfront boardwalk you will feel the hustle and bustle of a modern-day port city.
Planning a trip to Halifax…Why not come during the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo during the first week of July or come during the fall season to see one of the best in Nova Scotia entertainment, DRUM! A spectacular musical event featuring four of Nova Scotia's principle cultures: aboriginal, black, celtic and acadian in a heart-pumping fusion of music, dance, rhythm and song.
Come to Halifax, Nova Scotia’s capital and enjoy all of that!
Great Adventure Tours Inc. recommends exploring more of Nova Scotia by adding the world renowned Cabot Trail to your itinerary.
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A guided tour of the city will include…Dalhousie University, Halifax City Hall & Town Clock, the Old Burying Ground cemetery, the Public Gardens, St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Province House, Halifax Citadel and Titanic Grave Sites and so much more to see