Cable Wharf, 1751 Lower Water St., HalifaxLive entertainment, narrated dinner cruises and more aboard the Harbour Queen stern-wheeler. Tour historic Halifax under full sail or enjoy
Activities & Tours
87 Government Wharf Rd., Eastern Passage., HalifaxDeparting from scenic Eastern Passage. Whale watching, ferry service, harbour tours, deep-sea fishing, shark fishing and personalized tours.
HalifaxPersonalized tours to Bay of Fundy, Lunenburg, Peggy’s Cove and other destinations. Vans for six, 15 or 21 passengers; buses
HalifaxExperienced, kilted staff. Airport meet and greets, companion tours and group activities. Tours, transportation, hotels, entertainment and more arranged. Motorcycles,
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, 1675 Lower Water St., HalifaxEnjoy a cruise on Nova Scotia’s famous sailing ambassador. Built in 1963, she is a replica of the original schooner
1330 Martello St., HalifaxAfter decades of fund raising and building, the gothic-style structure (comparable in size and style to the cathedrals of England)
5457 Cornwallis St., HalifaxThis heritage property is considered the mother church of the African United Baptist Association. Since its founding in 1832 by
HalifaxAward-winning company in Lower Prospect, a 30-minute drive from Halifax. Professionally guided sea kayaking tours and lessons. No experience necessary.
1749 Lower Water St., HalifaxNature cruises and water tours. Discover the natural beauty of Saint Margaret’s Bay.
HalifaxFrom the Halifax waterfront, look south toward the harbour entrance at the grassy island with the small lighthouse. From the
HalifaxBuilt for Sir John and Lady Francis Wentworth between 1799 and 1805, Government House is one of the oldest official
HalifaxDestroyed by fire in 1859, the wooden buildings on this block were rebuilt in the Italianate style. The streetscape features
Entrance at corner of Sackville and Brunswick streets., HalifaxCompleted in 1856, the present Citadel is the fourth in a series of forts since 1749 to occupy the hill
1841 Argyle St., HalifaxThis noble Eclectic Victorian structure has stood guard over the Grand Parade square (the symbolic centre of Halifax) since 1888.
Cable Wharf, 1751 Lower Water St., HalifaxHalifax’s original amphibious tour travels through the historic downtown before splashing into the harbour for a view of the naval
Upper Water Street, north from Duke Street., HalifaxCovering three square blocks, this collection of restored heritage buildings includes stone warehouses built to hold privateers’ booty at the
HalifaxGerman settlers who arrived in the 1750s founded this tiny church on Brunswick Street, the oldest Lutheran church in Canada.
HalifaxOnce key to the harbour defence system, this island just inside the entrance to Halifax Harbour now offers picnicking and
HalifaxFerry service to McNabs Island, along with guided historical and nature tours of the site. Hiking, biking, camping bird- and
Shaw's Landing, West Dover (near Peggy's Cove), HalifaxFull- and half-day sea kayaking tours through a unique marine ecosystem. Small groups with stable touring kayaks. Snacks and lunch