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An Essential Side Trip

No visitor to the Halifax/Dartmouth area should miss the opportunity to see this little-known but... read more

Reviewed August 6, 2017
Richard G
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Dartmouth, Canada
International outlook

Though it is a bit run down, and a bit out of place, this pavilion provides a nice international... read more

Reviewed April 9, 2017
Edward W
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Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed February 5, 2018

This is a great place to take your children or your grandchilddren there is so much history to read about and see at this pavillon

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Reviewed December 8, 2017

My girlfriend and I visited this monument this past summer. We both found it to be really cool to see all of these objects from around the world. However, the signs were not well presented if they were there at all. So it wasn't always...More

Thank Love_Live_Eat_Travel
Reviewed October 3, 2017

This is part of a walking trail.its a great place to start or end a nice walk.It connects to Shubie park,which has many walking trails.It also has an of leash area fir your four legged friend.

Thank lshelley41
Reviewed August 28, 2017

Great spot for family picnic, taking pictures of the harbor and visiting near by shops. Located downtown Dartmouth waterfront. Quick jaunt across the harbor to Halifax, kids love the Ferry! Lots to do in Summertime, venues, shopping, walk to historic areas, close to Sullivan's Pond....More

Thank CarolynV52
Reviewed August 6, 2017

No visitor to the Halifax/Dartmouth area should miss the opportunity to see this little-known but highly significant monument just steps away from the downtown Dartmouth ferry landing. Its unusual design incorporates a panoramic display of individual bricks, stones and other building materials from 70 countries...More

Thank Richard G
Reviewed July 10, 2017

The Pavilion was conceived and supported by local high school students when Halifax hosted the G-7 leaders summit in 1995. Governments throughout the world were asked to send pieces of their built history that signifies important steps in their history. You will see stone from...More

Thank WintergreenFarm
Reviewed May 2, 2017

My son and I had some time before the ferry and had wanted to see some of the items we heard were on display here but the gate was locked! Would love to know when it's open and if there are ever presentations as it...More

Thank Kerritea
Reviewed April 9, 2017

Though it is a bit run down, and a bit out of place, this pavilion provides a nice international outlook for a city which often doesn't. It is not that big or engrossing, maybe twenty minutes worth, but it makes for a nice stop when...More

Thank Edward W
Reviewed October 17, 2016

Hi, this is UNOFFICIALLY one piece of a larger attraction; The Waterfront. The pavilion holds rocks from all over the world, from a government meeting that occurred in the city years ago. It could be a 10 minutes viewing. OR children love to hang out...More

Thank rob19321
Reviewed August 6, 2016

Nice collection of stones from many different countries. The pavilion, with its striking architecture, is hard to miss while walking along Alderney Landing and has a nice vantage point for admiring the Halifax skyline.

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