In Atlantic Canada, Maritime culture is celebrated in plays, movies, music, and art—and Halifax is no exception. And the best part is that you can experience the best of the city’s culture without spending a penny.
1 – Poetry in the Gardens
Calling all poetry lovers! To mark the 150th anniversary of the Public Gardens, visitors can enjoy free monthly poetry readings at sites throughout the gardens. Continue reading
This blog was written and submitted by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, home of the largest public collection of Maud Lewis’ art and her original house.
If you are from Nova Scotia, there is a high probability you know of celebrated folk-artist Maud Lewis, but if you aren’t from the area there’s a good chance you don’t know who she was!
Here are 13 facts you may not have known about Maud Lewis: Continue reading
header image via @baileymselig
Halifax and Nova Scotia’s weather can be summed up with one word: moderate.
It is rarely scorching hot or freezing cold, however we are in Canada so it still gets chilly of course! When the fresh snow falls and the air gets crisp, Canadians know that it’s time to make the most of the season.
Here are some fun ideas for enjoying all the BEST of winter in Halifax:
Okay, so the weather outside your window might be frightful, but the Halifax waterfront is still so delightful! The Halifax waterfront has lots to offer even in wintry and frosty conditions.
There are plenty of shops, museums and events going on that’ll get you through until spring. So, this winter consider heading to the Halifax waterfront for a weekend excursion or an evening out.
Here is my Halifax winter waterfront to do list: