Stroll through the lush Public Gardens. Tour the impressive collection at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Explore a museum... welcome to Halifax. Nova Scotia’s vibrant capital city hums with culture and history just waiting to be explored.
Visit the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada, or the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic for a crash course on the region’s past.
Find a ton of restaurants and shops steps from the ship. Feast on some of the freshest seafood you’ll find anywhere in the world, including famous Nova Scotia lobster.
Halifax’s central location makes it easy to enjoy many of Nova Scotia’s world-famous shore excursions such as Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Bay of Fundy, the Annapolis Valley, and much more. Like everywhere else in Atlantic Canada, the only thing more beautiful than the scenery is the good nature of the people you’ll meet on your travels.
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