Museum of Natural History
Halifax Public Gardens
Formally established in 1867 in celebration of Canada's Confederation, Halifax's delightful central public gardens are considered by...
Citadel Hill National Historic Site
Canada's most visited national historic site, the huge and arguably spooky Citadel is a star-shaped fort atop Halifax's central hill....
This fabulous municipal facility features in-line skating in summer and ice-skating in winter, including free winter skate rentals....
Tom's Little Havana
Craft beers, game nights, Scotch nights and a daily happy hour (5pm to 8pm) make Tom's feel like an extension of the living room at your...
Annie's Place Cafe
A slice of small town in the heart of Halifax, Annie welcomes you in and cooks up a hearty breakfast, including freshly baked bread and...
1747 Summer St · interesting places nearby
Museum of Natural History information
Daily summer programs introduce children to Gus the gopher tortoise and demonstrate the cooking of bugs. Exhibits on history and the natural world will keep parents engaged, too.