Just because the air starts to cool doesn’t mean our enthusiasm does. There’s always something fun happening in Halifax, and endless reasons to visit. Whether you’re into galleries and museums, local events, waterfront walks, or shopping and dining, Halifax has it going on.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Experience journeys of courage, hope, hardship, and resiliency at The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. Here, you can dive deep into the immigration experience and how the very identity of Canada was shaped through these emotional newcomer stories. Pier 21: One more reason to visit Halifax this fall!
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
Step into this hilltop star-shaped fort, first built in 1749, and experience what life was like for soldiers and their families. With a stunning view, Halifax Citadel National Historic Site is another amazing reason to visit Halifax this fall.
Georges Island National Historic Site
It was a prison, an internment camp, and a key part of the Halifax Defence Complex. Today, Georges Island National Historic Site is a unique way to spend a day on the Halifax Harbour.