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#1 of 2 things to do in Seaforth
I would particularly recommend visiting on their Annual Open House at the end of August and getting to meet Hope herself.
Great place to visit for kids and adults alike!
Halifax Central Library Halifax 15.7 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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Shubenacadie Canal Waterway Dartmouth 14.7 mi away
#1 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
This is a beautifl park with a dog area, camping (in the city!) trail, lake swimming and a beautiful river for water sports like kayaking.
beautiful park and canal system which stretches all the way to downtown Dartmouth to the Halifax Hbr.
Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk Halifax 15.5 mi away
#17 of 287 things to do in Halifax
... restaurants and pubs, watching artisans and buskers, being on the water via several types of tours, souvenir shopping, buying local produce and crafts at the farmers market and of course lots of people watching.
You can walk for miles along the Board walk taking in the views across to Dartmouth, looking at the boats, the bendy lamppost art installation, numerous bars and restaurants, shops and a fantastic ice cream parlou...
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#21 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Very interesting to see the significant contribution that the Halifax people made to saving the Titanic survivors and recovering the bodies, and heartwarming to see how other communities (including Boston) came to...
Outstanding museum featuring maratime history, history of Halifax, and the story of Halifax's role in the Titanic tragedy.
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Halifax Public Gardens Halifax 16.0 mi away
#13 of 287 things to do in Halifax
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...
Several lovely meandering, treed-lined pathways lead through lush and quiet areas, past streams, ponds, fountains and open lawns-- where you can find your perfect spot for a picnic or a moment of peaceful reflection.
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#20 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Inside are various exhibitions of how the soldiers lived, the hstory of the fort, and a history of the Canadian soldiers in twentieth century wars, with exibtits if uniforms, armaments and personal histories.
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.
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Point Pleasant Park Halifax 15.5 mi away
#22 of 287 things to do in Halifax
There are miles of off lease area's for you dog....beaches , picnic tables.....you can sit and watch cargo ships , sail boats and military ships sail past.....or unwind on a quiet walk in the woods ...so much to d...
Great for strolling, jogging, dog-walking and people-watching in all kinds of weather there is something to see in this special corner of Halifax's South End.
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Discovery Centre Halifax 15.4 mi away
#35 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Selection is bit limited for the younger one (top floor only) but still lots of fun.
Great place for kids to run around and learn and burn off steam.
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Halifax Harbour Ferry Halifax 15.4 mi away
#16 of 287 things to do in Halifax
It's a great way to de-stress and gives you a great view of the city.
This is a cheap way to get a great view of the city on both sides of the harbour for the price of a bur ticket.
#19 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Historic vessel from the second world war, gives an insight as to the courage of the sailors who took this small boat out into the Atlantic to protect convoys, They must have handled well at sea.
Great job Halifax for having this piece of living history front and centre at the waterfront.
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Dartmouth Crossing Dartmouth 16.7 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.
Emera Oval Halifax 16.2 mi away
#28 of 287 things to do in Halifax
What an absolute gem! Thank you EMERA for your wonderful community involvement!
#14 of 287 things to do in Halifax
It is held in a medium size hockey arena, so it is big enough to accommodate the massed bands, yet no one in the audience is too far from the acts.
Shearwater Aviation Museum Dartmouth 13.0 mi away
#3 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
The museum is free but please remember to leave a donation to help with the upkeep of this wonderful place.
Admission is free here but donations are accepted and it's family friendly.
Lawrencetown Beach East Lawrencetown 4.6 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in East Lawrencetown
The Emigrant Statue Halifax 15.4 mi away
#32 of 287 things to do in Halifax
We walked by this memorial while strolling around in old Halifax and it was interesting to see the statues and read the historical plaques.
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.
Lake Banook Dartmouth 14.8 mi away
#4 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
We went on a hot day when the lake was in full use by the community with sandy beaches, swimming, kayaking and much more.
We love Lake Banook - it is an amazing, world-class paddling venue.
#47 of 287 things to do in Halifax
It has a nice mix of cultural and natural history, and live animals plus skulls and taxidermy.
There is a small gift shop and an area in the basement level to relax and eat any snacks you might take with you.
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East Coast Surf School East Lawrencetown 4.6 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in East Lawrencetown
From the first time I contacted them via phone to the last goodbyes they were a very informative, friendly, professional and fun crew.
They really have a great company and an amazing team.
Sullivan's Pond Dartmouth 14.8 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...
There are beautiful flowers and a nice gazebo and sometimes there are music concerts on certain days in the Summer.
Martinique Beach Provincial Park East Petpeswick 6.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in East Petpeswick
Excellent facilities - there's picnic tables under little shelters, taps to wash your feet and beach things, change rooms, and the cleanest outhouses I've ever seen.
On the other side of the beach inland is a marshy Wderness Wildlife sanctuary.
Fisherman's Cove Eastern Passage 12.3 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Eastern Passage
Date of Visit: Monday, June 17th, 2019 (and others) If you are looking for something to do that is a great day trip idea from Halifax - take a trip to Eastern Passage, and visit the "Fisherman's Cove" wharf.
There are a number of colourful little shops along the front where you can pick up some gifts etc as well as some eateries to keep you refuelled.
#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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Memory Lane Heritage Village Halifax 16.6 mi away
#43 of 287 things to do in Halifax
This is a collection of buildings and businesses from the immediate area around the current site assembled as a working village to demonstrate and illustrate how we lived only a few decades ago.
All well displayed, and hands on, so you can get in the cars, play the organ in the church.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Halifax 15.6 mi away
#31 of 287 things to do in Halifax
One area showed work from their permanent collection, but in other galleries we enjoyed exhibits by minority artists, clay artists, and the tiny house and paintings of a local folk artist.
If you are in Halifax, you MUST stop at the Art Gallery to see their collection of Maud Lewis paintings, and the actual house she lived in with Ev.
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#51 of 287 things to do in Halifax
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Shakespeare by the Sea Halifax 16.5 mi away
#57 of 287 things to do in Halifax
We are from Florida and have enjoyed Shakespeare plays all over the world and this was well worth the suggested donation of $20 pp.
The same applies to any of the other offerings of this company.
Alderney Landing Dartmouth 15.3 mi away
#7 of 49 things to do in Dartmouth
The ferry terminal is located in the Landing building amongst a number of other businesses. 2 older ladies spend their days knitting and talking to travellers while selling their homemade items in the middle of th...
An focal point of restaurant, coffee shop, art gallery, deli groceries and a passenger ferry terminal.
Scotiabank Centre Halifax 15.7 mi away
#70 of 287 things to do in Halifax
Purchased a skybox for a mooseheads game!
... nor could we see their faces which should have been projected onto the huge screen for all to see, and more microphones added so that the audience can clearly hear voices that are facing AWAY from the audience.
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