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“Large city park with many walking trails, historic sites, and views of Halifax Harbour.”
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Sitio histórico
“One of the most popular national parks in Canada! Established as a fort in 1749, the park offers exhibits and re-creations of fort life over the years. A great view of the city and Halifax Harbour and the Halifax Town Clock.”
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“These are the oldest Public Gardens in North America. Many famous people have walked through and in the early summer, it is popular for high school students to take prom and graduation photos. If you have a camera, a nice book, or just want a place to collect your thoughts I recommend a walk through the gardens”
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Mercado de agricultores
“Over 250 local artisans and food vendors right on the Halifax Waterfront. A great way to spend a few hours, tasting local foods and viewing art and local treasures.”
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Restaurante de nueva cocina estadounidense
“Another restaurant that's only a two minute walk away! This is the place you want to go for brunch. Fantastic eggs benedict and mimosas. ”
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“Located on the Halifax Waterfront and home to exhibits on the Halifax Explosion, Titanic artifacts, and more! Merlin the macaw will greet you by the entrance!”
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Restaurante italiano
“A beautiful, award winning restaurant located on the waterfront of Halifax harbor; right in Bishops landing. The Bicycle thief has held one highest standards in hospitality for years. ”
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Galería de arte
“A wide ranging gallery with permanent (e.g. the home and artwork of Maud Lewis) and temporary exhibits (e.g. Canadian artist Mary Pratt). ”
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“Halifax waterfront walk across the street from Alexander Keith’s brewery to the Halifax waterfront boardwalk that follows the waters edge along side the worlds second largest ice free harbor. Stretching from the Canadian Museum of Immigrants at Pier 21 - the Gateway into Canada for over 1 million immigrants - to Casino Nova Scotia, you’ll pass unique shops, restaurants, and in the warmer months, graceful tall ships. Hop aboard the fairy, North America’s longest running salt water ferry, in fact, and cross the Harbour to the Dartmouth side which is filled with more locally owned shops, galleries, cafés, restaurants, and pub. A visit to Halifax is not complete without trying the fabled Donaire, the official food of Halifax.”
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“National Museum featuring interesting exhibits and activities about immigration to Canada. Halifax was an important arrival site for those immigrating to Canada. On the Halifax waterfront. ”
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History Museum
“Say "hello" to Gus, the 95 year old gopher tortoise! Enjoy permanent exhibits of the flora and fauna of Nova Scotia, the sea, and Mi'kmaq artifacts, as well as temporary exhibits - e.g. Egyptian mummies.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Open 24 hours, this is the closest full grocery store in the neighbourhood.”
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“top notch cocktails and food . Serves brunch on sunday . Do you like green eggs and ham ? I do ! try it here its fantastic ”
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“The largest professional theatre company in Atlantic Canada. Wide variety of live plays in downtown Halifax.”
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“The Discovery Centre is an interactive non-profit science museum in downtown Halifax. Their mission is to stimulate interested in young individuals. ”
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Foro musical
“Pub by day club by night. The Lower Deck has been a very popular location with the locals for decades. A good place to check out on a night out. ”
  • Recomendado por 42 personas locales