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Province House
Architectural Buildings, Government Buildings, Historic Sites
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada
Historic Sites, Military Museums, Lookouts
Harbourside Market
Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Angus L. Macdonald Bridge
Bridges, Scenic Drives, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Old Town Clock
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Halifax City Hall
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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#1 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
Excellent tour guides with a great knowledge of the history of the fort, weapons, and where this site stands now - thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of this visit.
The citadel is a great place to visit with vast views of the city and a very informative presentation of the history of the citadel and its role in Halifax history.
#2 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
From cute little gift shops, restaurants, outdoor seating, great views of all the ships and cruise ships, a play area for children, cows ice-cream (which is so so yummy!), a sea bridge, and further down the boardw...
Whether it's a early morning stroll, jog, run or walk, afternoon sun seeking fun or taking in the beautiful view of the Harbour, from the sailboats, cruise ships, ferries, navy ships that arrive and have tours, wa...
#3 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
... the boat accident, how the cemetery was selected for burying many of the passengers, what the information on the tombstones mean, the design of the memorial, and how movie producers have used the site for films.
Fairview Lawn Cemetery is a very well-kept property, and it was unbelievable to see the grave sites of 120 individuals who sailed on the historic Titanic.
#4 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
The last of Canada's corvettes docked in Halifax harbour, gives a first hand view of navy life during WWII.
Having ended a road trip from Toronto to Halifax with a friend, this was one of the must see sites!
#5 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
St Paul's is remarkable It is a major site in Halifax with lots of history and should be on everyone's to see list
This National Historic Site is worth a visit.
#6 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
As we wandered around, a volunteer with the Basilica offered us a free guided tour and explained the history of the site, including a visit by Pope John Paul II.
It is a Gothic Revival Catholic cathedral and a National Historic Site which is located in downtown at Spring Garden Road.
#7 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
Got to visit this site when we were walking along the boardwalk and it is a great tribute to the men and women from numerous nations.
The Emigrant Statue is right on the Halifax Waterfront and does give you a pensive view of what it felt like to temporarily leave your family, in hopes that you can start a new life in a new country.
#8 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
A fascinating site, this is Halifax's first and original official cemetery and contains the graves of many of its first settlers.
This well-tended historic site is worth visiting for anyone interested in local history, stone work, or cemeteries in general.
#9 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
There are local entertainers playing throughout and coffee shops to grab drink and sit and chill to take in the sights.
Stopped in at the market after a stroll along the boardwalk taking in the views of the Atlantic Ocean.
#10 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Halifax
Citadel Hill, a historic spot for all visitors, the Town Clock overlooks the city downtown, a great view from the hill, while there visit historic Citadel Hill.
My best friend and I traveled to Halifax via Cruise ship and it was great to have a day out and see the sights the Old Town Clock being one of them.