With the world’s second-biggest natural harbor and is the dynamic hub of Atlantic, Canada, Halifax is top known for its community spirit, historical charm, and fresh seafood, and amazing natural landscapes.
Make the most of your visit with these must-visit attractions.
Particularly famous during the hot months, there is forever something happening along Halifax waterfront.
Lined with restaurants, bars, food stalls, Adirondack chairs, souvenir shops, there is lots to keep you occupied on a wonderful stroll along its 2.5 mi boardwalk.
The place is also house to two of the city’s must-visit museums.
Halifax Public Gardens
A relaxing oasis in the heart of the city, the Halifax public gardens is the best place to relax, people-watch, and enjoy a treat from the on-site cafe, uncommon grounds.
It is one of the oldest Victorian gardens in North America and its beautifully manicured gardens and lawns frequently act as a backdrop for photo shoots and weddings.
Plants and flowers from a big range of climate line the walkways here.
Expect to view a big range of flora, including towering trees, sweet-smelling roses, and desert cactus.
Halifax Harbour Ferry
For a fast escape from the city, hop across the harbor to Dartmouth onboard the Halifax harbor ferry.
Called as the City of lakes and best for SUP boards, this dynamic community is bursting with attractions, such as the Harbourfront trail and famous Alderney landing farmers market.
Be sure to go to the two if by sea cafe for big croissants and locally roasted coffee.
The Crobster Rolls at the Canteen and the cider at Lake City cider on Portland street also come highly advise.
The Ferry service runs every thirty minutes.
Children under fourteen are welcome but must be closely supervised by an adult.