I didn't know anything about this cemetery but was talked into going with the people I was with. If it had been completely free, I'd say it was worthwhile but we paid for a cab there and back (about $40). The claim to fame is that it's home to some of the Titanic casualties, many unnamed. I didn't realize that Halifax played a large role in recovery and rescue from this event. It was also historically interesting to read some of the epitaphs from the families of the known deceased.
What I didn't like is that it recently was the 100 year anniversary of the Titanic and much has been made of this cemetery. To the point of trodden grass and tour groups. The area where they are buried is also right next to other "normal" graves and these tend to get walked all over.
I did enjoy learning about this but I didn't like that it seems like an exploited place.
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