The Best Landmarks in Halifax

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Halifax, NS. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


5425 Sackville Street, Halifax, NS B3J 3Y3

Since 1749

Historical Landmark, Historic Sites, Military Museums, Landmarks, Special Events, Army Museum, Coffee Bar, Shop, Meeting Facility, Natural Wonders, Cultural Treasures, Ghost Tours, Kids Programs, Families & Youth Programs

Every day, the Citadel comes to life with the sounds and color of its re-enactment interpreters, the 78th Highlanders and the Royal Artillery - Admission varies with the season - Offer Xplorer Program is a fun way for kids ages 6-11

May 7 - June 30: Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm July 1 - August 31: Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 6:00 pm September 1 - October 31: Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm November 1 - May 6: Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5 pm

A thoroughly well run historic site giving and showing how the fort shaped Halifax. The museum packed with artifacts from all the major conflicts and the people involved. Student carry out the reenactments, drilling, target practice and firing the 12'o clock gun as well as providing information. The First World War trench system is very interesting. Bill in the museum was a fountain of knowledge. Given that it's free entry this year I'd say it's a must but would happily pay given how good it is.

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5718 Point Pleasant Drive, Halifax, NS B3H 1B5

Since 1796

Historical Landmark, Tower, Martello Towers, Historic Sites, Military Clashes, British and French Forces, Bird watching, Interpretive Trail, Picnic Area, Picnicking, Cycling, Lookout, Dog Walking & Photography

It is 26 feet high and is 72 feet in diameter - The exposed material is ironstone rubble masonry, with 8-foot-thick (2.4 m) walls - The tower could accommodate 200 soldiers

Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

Wrote a short story about this park and this tower in particular really good place for running, exploring and just having a picnic. If you visit Halifax this should be first on your list of things to do/visit.
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1451 Barrington Street, Halifax, NS B3J 1Z2

Since 1800

Government Office, House, Landmark, Public Events, Group Tour, Student Tour, Guided Tours, Architectural Building, Luncheons, Dinners, Receptions, Speaking Engagements, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Ballroom, Royal & Viceroyal Events

It is owned by the Queen in Right of Nova Scotia - It's overall style is one of Georgian with hints of Adam, elements of the main and rear facades having been taken from a book of house plans published in 1795 by George Richardson

Fri - Mon 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Tue - Thu Closed

I visited Government House during Doors Open Halifax 2017 and enjoyed a wonderful tour. Our tour guide did a fantastic job sharing what he knew of the building history, his experience with the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia and about what happens when the Queen and other members of the royal family visit. As part of the Doors Open Halifax event, we had the special opportunity to go to the second floor which is not normally open to the public.

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