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Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia and is a beautiful coastal city that offers visitors an exciting blend of maritime history, culture, and natural beauty. The city is home to many attractions, including the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and the Halifax Public Gardens. Visitors can also explore the city’s bustling waterfront, which features a variety of shops, restaurants, and galleries. For those looking for outdoor activities, Halifax offers plenty of options, such as hiking and cycling trails, beaches, and whale-watching tours.

Things to do in Halifax

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Sitting atop Citadel Hill overlooking the town, the four forts of St George have dominated the landscape around Halifax since 1749. Built to secure Great Britain's’ foothold in the region, the modern museum is a gateway to British Colonialism’s mark on the town and wider region.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

Located in lively downtown Halifax, this museum dedicated to all things seagoing is a fascinating journey into the town’s relationship with the ocean, boasting 30,000 pieces on display including no less than 70 vessels, such as the famous SS Acadia steamship.

Halifax Public Gardens

Halifax Public Gardens

In 1867, the year of Canadian Confederation, the Halifax Public Gardens were created. They are public gardens from the Victorian era and are situated across from Victoria Park in Halifax, Nova Scotia, next to Spring Garden Road, a well-known retail area. Full of beautiful plants, including fragrant flowers, it's a lovely place to wander around when stopping off in Halifax.

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