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The Best Places To See in Halifax

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See 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!

HALIFAX PUBLIC GARDENS

5665 Spring Garden Road, Halifax, NS B3J 3S9

Since 1867

Gardens, Fountains, Horticultural Hall, Washrooms, Wrought Iron Fences and Gates, Tropical Display Bed, Carpet Beds, Statues, Upper and Lower Bridges, Bandstand and Geometric Beds, Dahlia Beds, Griffin’s Pond and Titanic Model, Victoria Jubilee Fountain, Boer War Memorial Fountain & Bird Enclosure

Free Admission - Conduct free weekly guided tours - They encompass 16 acres of land area - The gardens also feature a bandstand that is used for free public concerts on Sunday afternoons during the summer

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

The Halifax Public Gardens are the oldest Victorian gardens in North America and have been a source of enjoyment and pride for generations of Haligonians and visitors alike. Situated in the city's centre, surrounded by centuries old wrought iron gates, the lush landscape is punctuated by formal perennial and annual flower beds, Victorian gazebo and charming bridges. The Public Gardens has been a favorite for many and the destination for wedding photographers, families, seniors and romance.

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MARITIME MUSEUM OF THE ATLANTIC

1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax, NS B3J 1S3

Since 1948

Museum, School Groups and Bookings, Wharf Bookings, Birthday Parties, Marine Heritage Store, Events, Special Exhibits, The Franklin Exploration, Halifax Explosion, Permanent Exhibits, Flagship Events, LEGO User Club, Travelling Exhibit, Museum Research, Notable Artifacts, Collections Activities & Facility Rental

Free Admission: Child 5 and under - $1.00 Off for CAA, AAA, ISIC, Members of the Canadian Armed Forces & Card carrying members of other museums and heritage institutions - Over 30,000 artifacts collection

Price: Adult $9.55, Senior 65 + $8.50, Youth 6 - 17 $5.15 & Family Youth under 17 + 2 adults $24.75

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maritimemuseum.novascotia.ca

Mon, Wed - Sun 9:30 am - 5:30 pm Tue 9:30 am - 8:00 pm

You have felt this way after being dragged into a museum in which you have none to little interest. You spend a few.minutes inspecting some strange looking machinery. Boring. When will this end? And then relief!! A movie to watch, sitting,.time passing. Halifax demonstrated its empathy by caring for the remains of many doomed on the Tigantic. I wondered what the connection was between the museum and the Titanic...The directors of the Maritime know their visitors.

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CANADIAN MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION AT PIER 21

1055 Marginal Road, Halifax, NS B3H 4P7

Since 1999

Museum, Groups Tours, Group Visit, Accessibility, Events Calendar, Exhibitions, Temporary Exhibits, Scotiabank Family History Centre, Facility Rentals, Education Group Visits, Ruth Goldbloom Educational Bursary Fund, Program Information, School Visit, Diversity Spotlight Film Series, Discover Culture, Events, Café & Museum Gift Shop

Free Admission: Children (5 and under) - 20% Off regularly-priced merchandise at the Pier 21 Gift Shop - They currently holds 2,000 stories, 500 oral history interviews, 700 donated books, 300 films and thousands of archival images

Price: Adult $12.61, Senior (60 years and over) $9.78, Youth (6 - 16 years of age) $8.04, Family Rate (2 adults/3 children) $30.0, Additional Child $3.00, Student Rate (with valid ID) $8.04 & Group Rate $8.00

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May 1 - October 31: Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:30 pm November: Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:00 pm December 1 - April 30: Wed - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon and Tue Closed

We arrived to the museum 1.5 hours before it closed thinking that would be plenty of time, but were mistaken. The tour of the main exhibit was fantastic, and given by a Canadian immigrant with her own story to include. The exhibits were interactive, and relatable for so many Canadians who are, or are closely connected to immigrants. The 1.5 hours was just enough time to go through the tour and main history of Pier 21, but I will have to return someday to explore the rest of the museum.

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