Halifax is a gorgeous city steeped with history and tales of pirates and privateers. This Halifax shore excursion is ideal for visitors looking to experience the best of the lovely city. Over 265 years of enduring maritime legacy are yours to explore in a variety of charming museums and attractions.
Enjoy comfortable transportation from the port through vibrant streets decorated with historic buildings and modern high rises. Stop at Fairview Lawn Cemetery to see where 121 victims of the Titanic disaster are buried. Stories are told about the resting victims.
Head to a scenic hill above the city, where the Citadel National Historic Site awaits. Memorable photo opportunities are available from this vantage point. Visit the Victorian Public Gardens, an oasis in the center of the city, for a refreshing and picturesque experience. Other notable highlights include Province House National Historic Site, 1750 St. Paul's Anglican Church, 1802 Old Town Clock, and the Historic Properties.
This Halifax tour provides a comprehensive overview of the city's best highlights and attractions. Book today for a memorable and scenic adventure in Nova Scotia.
Reviewer: claudia volk
guide was excellent Loved every minute Everything was interesting
Reviewer: Mary Birmingham
This was an excellent tour, but give yourself plenty of time to walk to the tour bus - at least 20 minutes since it was 2/3 to 1 mile from the ship. Lots of history, including Halifax's assistance with the aftermath of the Titanic sinking. The tour guide was great; having lived there his entire life he knew the history.
Reviewer: Charlie and Crissy
We enjoyed our trip immensely! Bus was comfortable and microphone was just right. It was just an introduction - we will go back and explore on our own. Our only snag was that the bus was not at the location written on our tickets. We waited at the assigned place, and finally had to scramble around looking for our bus. We found the bus just as the guide was getting on.