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#1 of 2 things to do in Lawrencetown
Carpark is only tiny so people park down the side of the road, which makes for quite a trek sometimes!
Halifax Central Library Halifax 10.1 mi away
#9 of 287 things to do in Halifax
The views from almost anywhere in the library by a window are amazing - the harbor, Citadel Hill, Spring Garden Road - you can see most of peninsular Halifax along with Dartmouth across the harbor.
It has everything a library should have: books, magazines, newspapers and periodicals, obviously, but has serene reading/meditation spaces, a coffee shop, underground parking, and performance venues.
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Halifax Public Gardens Halifax 10.3 mi away
#13 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Located in the heart of downtown Halifax, the Public Gardens is an oasis of quiet walkways, beautiful flowerbeds and flowering shrubs, majestic deciduous trees, and a shimmering pond with scores of ducks and geese.
It's so incredible to walk through there's so much to see! From the pond with the miniature boats and the ducks, to all the beautiful flowers & trees throughout, there's a spot with cacti and succulents, big beaut...
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Shubenacadie Canal Waterway Dartmouth 9.2 mi away
#1 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
We had grandkids visiting from Ontario and went to the beach there .We also rented canoes and enjoyed a wonderful scenic paddle through the beautiful wooded area.
I suggest you take some bird seed with you, some will eat right out of your hand, and the squirrels and chipmunks are always looking for a treat as well.
Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk Halifax 9.9 mi away
#17 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Such a great way to just relax and go for a nice walk along the water, watch the ships and ferries, cruise ship watch over by pier 21 or wander to the maritime museum and learn about the titanic, and Theodore tugb...
You can visit the historic ships, read about the history of Halifax on the boards, buy souvenirs, photograph beautiful views of the harbor and the boats, have a great lunch or dinner in one of the very good restau...
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Point Pleasant Park Halifax 9.9 mi away
#22 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Best part yet... Shakespeare By The Sea performs there daily for most of the summer... a donation-based performance aimed at including the community... means you can watch, have a romantic afternoon/night out or b...
A fantastic place to go for a stroll or take your dog for a walk...or just go and clear your head with the sights and sounds of nature while still in the heart of historic Halifax.
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St. Paul's Church Halifax 10.0 mi away
#27 of 287 things to do in Halifax
The windows were fantastic to see,, very easy to find.. and well worth a visit if you enjoy churches.. enjoy if you visit and if you found this review helpful., I'd appreciate your tick, thanks BM
This church is known to be the oldest Anglican Church in Canada and is well worth a visit to admire the architecture and have a look inside.
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Emera Oval Halifax 10.6 mi away
#28 of 287 things to do in Halifax
What a great place to go to in summer or winter.
#20 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Great place to visit, will take most of your cruise port time if you walk from cruise port to the citadel, Wear good shoes, but there are lots of other things to see on the way walking.
Great information for history buffs, important for Canadians to see and learn about our country in it's formation and great views of the city!
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Halifax Harbour Ferry Halifax 9.8 mi away
#16 of 287 things to do in Halifax
On a sunny day it is great to ride on the upper deck for a great view of the harbour and both Halifax and Dartmouth.
They give you a view from the ocean of Halifax, the shipyards, cruise ship harbor and all of the waterfront.
St. Mary's Basilica Halifax 10.0 mi away
#33 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Beautiful church, went to Mass, choir was excellent, beautiful stained glass windows (originals blown out in the Great Explosion).
This cathedral is the largest catholic church in the Archidiocese and was consecrated on October 1899 and made basilica by Pope Pius XII in 1950.
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Old Burying Ground Halifax 10.0 mi away
#34 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Worth a stop, especially for history buffs
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#21 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Also, Halifax was the city that rescued Titanic passengers after the sinking, and the Titanic exhibit, with its rich history, gave us so much more knowledge of the event.
As the base of the British North American squadron and later of the Royal Canadian navy, Halifax has much nautical history to remember.
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#15 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Excellent museum, with very poignant stories & interesting artifacts & knowledgeable tour guides who do a wonderful job of personalizing the struggles and the ultimate triumphs of so many immigrants to Canada from...
The absolute highlight was the free of charge consultation with the family genealogy research department who helped me trace my ancestors who immigrated into Canada in the 1920s.
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#19 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Great job Halifax for having this piece of living history front and centre at the waterfront.
A must for history / military buffs!
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Shearwater Aviation Museum Dartmouth 7.5 mi away
#3 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
I must confess to having flown a couple of “vintage” aircraft types on display, those being the CT-114 Tutor Jet on which I instructed at the Big 2 (Moose Jaw) back in the day and more latterly, the famous Sea King.
I highly recommend it as a great place for war buffs and history buffs and those into planes and ships.
The Emigrant Statue Halifax 9.7 mi away
#32 of 287 things to do in Halifax
If you stroll at all along the Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk, you will come across "The Emigrant Statue", close to the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market.
This riverside statue adjacent to the immigration museum captures the hopes and dreams of new arrivals in a very tasteful manner.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Halifax 9.9 mi away
#31 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Its collections of Canadian art, particularly that of a local primitive artist, Maud Lewis, but also its historic and contemporary First Nation art and later works, is extensive and visually engaging.
Wonderful docent who knew so much about much loved Maud Lewis and the home and paintings.
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Lawrencetown Beach East Lawrencetown 2.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in East Lawrencetown
This is a lovely beach to visit with a tea house and surf shop on it.
#14 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Patriotic and inclusive of other countries.
Sullivan's Pond Dartmouth 9.2 mi away
#5 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
This is a beautiful spot in Downtown Dartmouth.You can sit and watch the ducks and swans and enjoy a picnic.A beautiful place for wedding picture,prom pictures.Its a great place to just sit and enjoy your lunch.Ni...
A picture perfect piece of Mother Natures beauty smack dab in the heart of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and at the beginning of the famous Shubenacadie Canal.
Harbourside Market Halifax 9.9 mi away
#41 of 287 things to do in Halifax
This is definitely a go-to destination if you're looking for local food (produce, baked goods, meats), flowers, and various other products.
With plenty of people offering up locally crafted goods, fresh food, and other delicacies, this is a great place to visit on the Boardwalk.
Lake Banook Dartmouth 9.2 mi away
#4 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
Perfect place to go swimming.You can go boating.There are so many things you can do in and around this lake.You can even have lunch or just have a coffee while taking in the beauty of lake Banook.
For racing and swimming in the summer to beauty in the shoulder seasons, and I love skating in the winter.
#47 of 287 things to do in Halifax
There is a small gift shop and an area in the basement level to relax and eat any snacks you might take with you.
Dinosaurs, wild horses on sable island, real live reptiles.
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Hope For Wildlife Seaforth 5.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Seaforth
Great place to visit for kids and adults alike!
Garrison Brewing Co. Halifax 9.7 mi away
#40 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Best of all, you can (a) bring in food from the local farmers market just next door and (b) bring your dog in case he is feeling the need for a little light refreshment.
They are reasonably priced for their brews if you want to get growlers or pints but I must say the souvenirs were a bit pricey.
Dartmouth Crossing Dartmouth 11.2 mi away
#2 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
Dartmouth Crossing has some cool stores the 2 best are IKEA and Bass Pro Shops which are very close together they also have Costco Canadian Tire Walmart Kent Home Depot Best Buy Bed Bath and Beyond Toys R Us and m...
lots of parking great shopping lots of stores for all budgets.lots of great coffee shops and places to eat from fast food to fine dining.
#51 of 287 things to do in Halifax
I always like to stock up on some fresh meat (Bacon, Smoked Pork Chops and a few other treats) There is a great variety of fresh herbs all year long and some of the baked goods are to die for.
In addition to wines, chocolates, olive oils and healthy dog treats to only name a few of the purchases made, the food vendors selling yummy dishes was fabulous.
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East Coast Surf School East Lawrencetown 2.1 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in East Lawrencetown
My girls say it was the highlight of our trip to Nova Scotia and we would truly suggest that you try this adventure with your family, I guarantee you that you will love it, your kids will love it and enjoy the adv...
Great fun and loads of waves
Fisherman's Cove Eastern Passage 7.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Eastern Passage
Fishermen's Cove is a must visit area if visiting Halifax-Dartmouth, especially in the summertime, handy the ocean, quaint little stores, treasures, clothing and great seafood!
Just a short distance from Downtown Halifax but a world away in terms of peace and tranquility, There is plenty of parking if you choose to travel by car, but with a transfer ticket at the ferry crossing covering...