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Canada’s oldest and largest Maritime Museum is nestled in amongst the piers and boatsheds of the Halifax harbor. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is a historical, educational and cultural landmark, and a tribute to Halifax’s rich maritime history. Find out all about this shipping history with the stories of significant people and events. Steamships, local watercraft, the Royal Canadian Navy, World War fleets and the famous Halifax Explosion of 1917 are just some of the topics and events explored through displays at the museum.
Immerse yourself in the mysterious shipwreck stories of Nova Scotia and learn about Halifax’s role in the Titanic disaster. Discover what Halifax looked like before the catastrophic explosion of 1917 through stories told by survivors, photographs and artifacts from the time. Walk aboard the century-old CSS Acadia, the “Grand Old Lady” that survived both World Wars and the Halifax Explosion and now rests in the Halifax harbor.
Admission to this growing archive of maritime heritage is low cost and cheaper still in the off-peak winter season. The museum is open every day during summer and closed on Mondays in winter. Take a guided tour for an in-depth experience, or return in the evening to attend one of the museum’s talks, presentations and performances. Stop by the Marine Heritage Store, located inside the museum, to pick up souvenirs, gifts and historical fiction and non-fiction books for junior seafarers and old sea dogs.
The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is located in the heart of the historic harborfront. Come by bus or ferry. The museum is only a three-minute walk from the Halifax Ferry Terminal. Alternatively, wander along the Halifax Harborwalk, a two-mile (three-kilometer) boardwalk that crosses the whole length of the city’s downtown center. Public artworks and a selection of cafes, restaurants and bars can be found along the waterfront.
Located in downtown Halifax across from Citadel Hill, Cambridge Suites Hotel is within walking distance of many attractions around the area; the World Trade Convention Center is 1 block away.
One block from the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, the Prince George Hotel is connected to the World Trade and Convention Centre and Halifax Metro Centre via a pedestrian walkway.
Set in the heart of downtown, this Halifax hotel is 35 km (22 mi) from the airport, 2 blocks from the historic waterfront area.
Located in downtown Halifax, this smoke-free hotel overlooking the harbour connects to Casino Nova Scotia via an indoor skyway. The hotel is 1 block from the shops and restaurants of Historic Properties.
Located in South End, Halifax, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Emera Oval, Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk, and Halifax Citadel. Scotiabank Centre and Dalhousie University are also within 1 mi (2 km). Halifax Station is 28 minutes by foot.
Located in Downtown Halifax, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk, and Neptune Theatre. Scotiabank Centre and Casino Nova Scotia are also within 10 minutes. Halifax Station is 11 minutes by foot.
Overlooking the Halifax Public Gardens and Spring Garden Road, this hotel is 3 blocks from Metro Centre and Dalhousie University.
Located in the historic and vibrant Seaport District, in the heart of downtown Halifax and just steps away from restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and entertainment, this landmark hotel overlooks the Halifax Harbour and Cornwallis Park.