Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
City Tour,Local Sightseeing,All
Information Not Currently Available
Approximately 3 Hours
Meals not included
See Halifax's charming architecture and tree-lined streets -- remnants of its fascinating history -- as your guide tells of the pirates and princes, press gangs and brewers who have helped shape the city.
Learn about the Halifax Explosion -- the greatest manmade explosion before the atomic age -- and how the grateful citizens of Halifax continue to honor the citizens of Massachusetts who came to their aid.
Travel with your local guide on a deluxe panoramic drive through the streets of Halifax, past old buildings and National Historic Sites.
Walk through the Public Gardens -- one of the finest examples of Victorian Gardens in North America -- and meet members of the 78th Highlanders at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site.
See Province House and St Paul's Church and catch a glimpse of the Old Town Clock -- a gift to the city from the father of Queen Victoria. Learn about Halifax's immigration history as you drive by the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. This Canadian equivalent to Ellis Island welcomed newcomers to this country from 1928 to 1971.
Hear about Titanic's connections to Halifax and visit the Fairview Lawn Cemetery -- the largest terrestrial resting place for Titanic victims.
Wear comfortable walking shoes.