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
As Nova Scotia’s capital city with nearly 270 years of history, the commercial hub of Atlantic Canada and home to more bars per capita than any city in Canada, there is no shortage of things to do in Halifax!
From historical sites to local favourites, here is everything you need to know (and more) about Halifax’s top attractions.
Arguably, there is no site more iconic in Nova Scotia than Peggy’s Cove, the small fishing village just 40 kms from Halifax.
The lighthouse perched on top of the rocks, overlooking the rolling waves, is one of the most photographed and visited sites in the country.
This handy guide will tell you everything you need to know for your next (or first!) visit to this landmark site: