Your Halifax travel experience will offer a port city rich in history and culture. During the struggle for power the British used Halifax's strategic position by building a fortress that rivalled the French one on Cape Breton Island. Walk around Halifax Citadel National Historic Site and enjoy views down to the harbour, visit the Old Town Clock on Citadel Hill or take a stroll along peaceful pathways of Halifax Public Gardens.
Admire the Georgian architecture of Province House, home of Nova Scotia's government. Tour the building where in 1864 The Fathers of Confederation made decisions on the formation of Canada.
Take a boat tour to enjoy sweeping views of the harbour and admire the mix of old and modern architecture. Pay a visit to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and view exhibits about the Titanic. And finish your day by looking around the shops, restaurants and pubs found at the Historic Properties.