Halifax Points of Interest and Places to Visit

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Annapolis Valley

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 20 Reviews

Annapolis Valley is one of the province’s most expansive regions and it covers quite a bit of ground; located in the western part of the Nova Scotia ...  Read more

Peggy’s Cove

4.5 star rating: Recommended 78 Reviews

Appearance-wise, little has changed in this picturesque Nova Scotia fishing village over the past century. Colorful, salt-weathered fishermen’s houses and the ...  Read more

Halifax Harbour

4.5 star rating: Recommended 63 Reviews

Set along the Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia in eastern Canada, the vast natural harbor in Halifax has welcomed boats for centuries. Still a shipping hot spot, ...  Read more

Halifax Public Gardens

4.5 star rating: Recommended 60 Reviews

The Halifax Public gardens were opened in 1867 -- the same year as Canadian Confederation. A large team of superintendents, horticulturalists, and gardeners ...  Read more

Prince Edward Island

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

Spend a bit of time here, and you’ll understand why PEI is known as the “gentle island.” This itty-bitty island in the middle of the Atlantic was the ...  Read more

St Paul's Church

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

St Paul’s Church is one of the most significant landmarks in Halifax; in fact, the evangelical Anglican Church is the oldest surviving Protestant church in ...  Read more

Alexander Keith's Brewery

Ask anyone from Nova Scotia what the province’s favorite beer is, and they’re bound to say Alexander Keith’s. You can’t make a trip to Halifax without visiting ...  Read more

Avondale Sky Winery

Nestled in the rolling hills of the luxuriant Annapolis Valley, Avondale Sky Winery is by Stewart Creaser and Lorraine Vassalo, two wine lovers who traded ...  Read more

Blomidon Estate Winery

What better way to enjoy the fine Nova Scotia wines than on a scenic 10-hectare vineyard in the Annapolis region? Blessed with a micro-climate that permits ...  Read more

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

A National Historic Site, Halifax's Pier 21 has served as a gateway to Canada for 1 million immigrants. It was also the departure point for over 500,000 ...  Read more

Citadel National Historic Site

Right at the center of Halifax is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks: the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, or – more simply – the Citadel. The ...  Read more

Confederation Bridge

An engineering feat if there ever was one, the curved, 12.9 kilometer-long (8 miles) Confederation Bridge is the longest in the world to cross ice-covered ...  Read more

Fairview Lawn Cemetery

Although a cemetery might seem to be too depressing of a place to visit while on vacation, the Fairview Lawn Cemetery has some incredible history. It’s best ...  Read more

Government House

Welcome to the Queen’s official residence in Halifax – and also that of her Lieutenant Governor in Nova Scotia. As one of the few official residences to be ...  Read more

Halifax City Hall

Halifax City Hall stands at the north end of the city’s historical Grand Parade, which dates back to when Halifax was founded in 1749. The building itself was ...  Read more

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