5080 George St., HalifaxCanada’s only maker of fine, mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal is located on the waterfront. It’s well worth a trip to the
1496 Lower Water St., HalifaxExplore restored portions of Alexander Keith’s home, brewhouse and private tavern, ending with a few traditional songs, stories and samples
HalifaxOpened in 1867, this is one of North America’s finest formal Victorian gardens. Surrounded by a wrought-iron fence and protected
1751 Lower Water St.Home to more than 3 kilometres of accessible boardwalk, the Halifax waterfront is Nova Scotia’s most visited destination. Sparkling water,
HalifaxThe famous lighthouse, perched atop spectacular granite boulders worn smooth by the pounding waves, dominates this rugged fishing community. The
HalifaxFollowing an ancient Mi’kmaq route across Nova Scotia, the canal links a series of lakes and rivers between Halifax Harbour
HalifaxThis artificial pond in the heart of Dartmouth was constructed as part of the Shubenacadie Canal system. Surrounded by landscaped
HalifaxConceived by Metro Youth for Global Unity, the triangular-shaped monument incorporates rocks and bricks from countries all over the world.