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Halifax Nova Scotia‘s newest attraction, offering fun, hands-on learning experiences, including Canada‘s first immersive dome theatre.
Fort McNab National Historic Site
On McNabs Island, visit the grassy ruins of a fort that served, along with York Redoubt, as a key element of harbour defence from 1888 to the Second World War. In summer, the island is accessible by private ferry from Cable Wharf in downtown
Georges Island National Historic Site
Georges Island, a small drumlin located in the middle of Halifax harbour, was shaped by glaciers which swept Nova Scotia thousands of years ago. Its strategic location and glacial till made it ideally suited to becoming the heart of the seaward
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Prince of Wales Tower National Historic Site
Built in 1796-97 to protect British batteries from French attack, the Prince of Wales Tower was the first tower of its type in North America. Exhibits portray the tower's history, architectural features and significance as a defensive structure.This
York Redoubt National Historic Site
Established in 1793 on a bluff overlooking the harbour entrance, and expanded in the 19th and 20th centuries, York Redoubt was a key element in the defence of Halifax Harbour. Visit the Second World War Command Centre, and enjoy the scenic views of
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
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Heritage Village Museum
Memory Lane Heritage Village Museum in Lake Charlotte, The Heritage Village Museum captures what it was like to live and work in a rural village from 1940-1950.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History
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