On this fully guided tour, discover the international essence of a major port city which has the youthful vibe of a modern university town and retains the culture and heritage as one of Canada’s most historic communities.
Halifax is steeped with history filled with tales of pirates and privateers. It also is a vibrant city with both historic buildings and modern high rises lining the streets.
The tour stops at the Fairview Lawn Cemetery where 121 victims of the Titanic disaster are buried, and where you will hear stories of those victims.
Perched on a hill high above the city, a photo stop is made at the Citadel National Historic Site. Visit the Victorian Public Gardens - an oasis in the center of the bustling city. Pass by Province House National Historic Site, the 1802 Old Town Clock, 1750 St. Paul’s Anglican Church and the Historic Properties.
This Gray Line tour gives you a splendid oversight of the highlights and best Halifax has to offer.
9:00 am daily (July to Mid October)
This tour does NOT include hotel pick-up. The departure point at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic will be detailed on your E-Ticket. Rates are shown in US dollars.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
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