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Places to See


With Its Gleaming waterfront, pretty parks, and unique blend of modern and historic architecture, Halifax is a romantic and fascinating small city. Its cultured flavor belies Halifax’s 250-year history as a lusty, brawling, military town. Founded in 1749 by General George Cornwallis and 2,500 English settlers, Halifax was planned as Britain’s military center north of Boston. The city has a long history of adventure, being the town where swashbuckling legalized pirates, or privateers, brought captured ships to be shared with the crown, at a time when men made huge fortunes from sea trading. Today, Halifax is best known as one of Canada’s foremost centers of higher learning and has many colleges and five universities.

Halifax City Center

Government House

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Halifax Public Gardens


Historic Properties

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

Old Town Clock

Pier 21

Province House

Museums in Halifax


Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

This harborfront museum offers extensive displays on Nova Scotia’s seafaring history, including small craft, a restored chandlery, and, at the dock outside, the elegantly refitted 1913 research vessel Acadia.

The museum’s most popular exhibit is the Titanic display, which offers artifacts recovered from the ship. There are fragments of the ship’s grand staircase, as well as a mural-sized photo showing the staircase in its original state. After the 1912 catastrophe, many of the bodies that were recovered were brought to Halifax, and 150 are buried in the town.

Parks and Gardens in Halifax


Halifax Public Gardens

Created in 1836, the Public Gardens are a beautiful 7-ha (17-acre) oasis of Victorian greenery and color in a bustling city. A peaceful place to stroll, the gardens’ paths wind past duck ponds, fountains, and a seemingly endless array of vivid flowerbeds.

In the center of the gardens, an ornate bandstand is the site of Sunday concerts.

On weekends, craftspeople gather outside the park’s castiron fence to display their varied and colorful wares.