In this former home of admiralty you will walk in the footsteps of royal visitors of the victorian era who had become kings of the Commonwealth. This mansion houses artifacts of naval history dating back to the inception of Halifax as a city in 1776. It is three floors of colourful and inspiring mementos from the past and present. Many of the exhibits inspire awe and reverence to those who have served us over the centuries. Because of its historical significance both as an architectural gem and for its contents, I would recommend a visit to this free museum.
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