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Browse personal items that survived the Titanic, enjoy dinner with a sea view and shop in the lively market along this scenic walkway.
You can study the exhibits at Halifax Citadel, a museum with a storied past, during your trip to Halifax. Discover the acclaimed theater scene in this walkable area, or seek out the local tours.
Halifax’s Victorian-style gardens are a hidden gem for heritage and respite in the city center. Walk among fountains, ponds and manicured gardens.
Climb aboard a century-old ship and discover Atlantic Canada’s seafaring tales and maritime heritage at this harborfront museum.
Visit the graves of more than 100 victims of the Titanic disaster and learn about Halifax’s role in the recovery operations.
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A noteworthy feature of Downtown Halifax is its captivating waterfront views. While you're in town, be sure to stop and check out Royal Artillery Park and Neptune Theatre.
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You'll enjoy the bars and live music in North End. You might want to make time for a stop at Fort Needham Memorial Park or Maritime Command Museum.
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South End is beloved for its captivating waterfront views. Take some time to explore sights in the area like Nova Scotia Archives and Cathedral Church of All Saints.
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The restaurants and waterfront are just a few features travelers like about Clayton Park. If you want to do some sightseeing nearby, Halifax Mainland Common Park and Africville Museum are a few top places to visit.