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HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA: THE BEST THINGS

Halifax might be Canada’s most cool city. It’s hard to beat Halifax. Halifax has a stunning waterfront and an easy-to-navigate…

By Chan , in Travel , at January 13, 2023

Halifax might be Canada’s most cool city. It’s hard to beat Halifax. Halifax has a stunning waterfront and an easy-to-navigate central area. Halifax is a small-town feel with all the amenities you would expect from a large city. These top Halifax attractions will convince you to visit the waterfront city.

Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia

With summer coming soon, windows opening to allow fresh air in, and vaccines in full swing, we may be able to travel again. There is no better place than our homeland and native country. So why take a road trip to Halifax, Nova Scotia? It’s one of the most exciting places in Canada.

  • Are you looking to explore more of Canada’s Nova Scotia? Check out our Top Things to Do in Nova Scotia – The Ultimate Travel Guide

Alexander Keith’s Brewery

We loved taking the Alexander Keith’s Brewery Tour in Halifax. Dave stated that Alexander Keith’s Brewery tour was “a gathering of great people, beer, and music.” You will enjoy a beer while learning about Alexander Keith and watching how the beer is made. Your guide will share stories and laughs with you. This is a must-see on any Halifax itinerary. It is North America’s oldest brewery.

Nova Scotians are known for having a great time, and this tour includes a variety of tastings. They start the tour with a glass of beer and then offer samples of red, white, and Edinburghale throughout. Everyone is invited to a free Ceilidh at the end of the tour.

Halifax Distilling Company

You don’t have to drink beer. You can also enjoy Halifax rum, which is another great attraction that’s not related to alcohol. You can take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Halifax Distilling Company.

You can also enjoy cocktails in the stylish cocktail lounge after you’ve learned about the rum distillation process. This is a great activity to do in Halifax.

Stroll along the Halifax Waterfront

While many cities may have a waterfront, Halifax Harbour is unique. We love to take a walk along Halifax Harbour to get to know Halifax. This boardwalk is home to many of Halifax’s top attractions. It is 4km long (2.4 miles) and often jam-packed with summer tourists.

The Hotel Halifax was our base for a walking tour of Halifax. It was centrally located in Halifax and easily accessible from the waterfront, making it a great place to base yourself. What can you see on the waterfront? Continue reading.

Historic Properties

Historic Properties date back to the 1800s when pirates ruled the oceans and schooners stopped at Halifax port. This area was designated an area of national historical importance in Canada in 1963 after it was fully restored.

The properties today blend history and modernity. While the exteriors may look like they were built in the 1800s times, inside, you will find popular restaurants and boutique shops. This is an excellent stop for any Halifax itinerary.

Salty’s lobster is a must-try, followed by a pint at the Lower Deck. It is one of the best things to do when visiting Halifax. It’s possible to relax, eat, drink, see, and even go sightseeing in Halifax. You can have a lobster on Halifax’s waterfront. It’s like being a true Maritimer.

Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic

On your day trip to Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic makes a great stop. This museum showcases Halifax’s marine heritage and is a great place to learn about Canada’s maritime history. This museum is a must-see for anyone who loves naval history.

It contains information about the history of marine life from the 1800s to the present. You will find many artifacts and sections dedicated to Titanic victims and those who died in the Halifax Explosion of 1917.

CSS Acadia

There are many fascinating museums and historical sites for Halifax activities. Visitors can visit the CSS Acadia, which is part of this museum. It is the only ship that survived to serve the Royal Canadian Navy in both world wars.