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Top Halifax attractions
- Halifax Public Gardens: a series of Victorian era public gardens formally established in 1867, encompassing 16 acres and featuring statues and extensive flower beds, 3 fountains, 2 stone bridges, and 3 ponds.
- Halifax Boardwalk: one of the world’s longest waterfront boardwalks, boasting numerous shops, boat tours, and the Pier 21 immigration museum.
- Citadel Hill: a historic fortified summit restored to the Victorian period, offering visitors guided tours, live re-enactments, and a glimpse into 19th century Canada.
- Maritime Museum of the Atlantic: the oldest and largest maritime museum in Canada, with a collection of over 30.000 artefacts including 70 small craft, and a steamship: the CSS Acadia.
- Alexander Keith’s Brewery: one of the oldest breweries in North America, hosting guided tours, insights into the brewing process, and an on-site tasting facility.
What’s the best way to get around Halifax?
Getting around Halifax is best done via the Metro Transit system, which offers a reliable and well-covered route around downtown and the city’s surrounding areas. A lot of Halifax is great to explore on foot, or if you are a keen cyclist you can rent a bicycle with ease.
What’s the weather like in Halifax?
Visit Halifax during July to take advantage of the long, sunny days and a pleasant average temperature of 19°C (65°F). Don’t underestimate the summer sun in Canada; be sure to bring plenty of sunscreen! If you do visit in the colder winter months, equip yourself with appropriate clothing as January can plummet to an average temperature of -6°C (22°F).
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