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Weave some outstanding moments at Halifax

By Carlton Leisure - 16/07/2015

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Tourists say Halifax is best to explore on foot, so park the car and begin strolling. Indulge yourself in Halifax’s rich past at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and be sure to review the town from the 18th century Citadel National Historic Site. Then stroll to any of Halifax’s great bars and restaurants and enjoy some live music to round out your day.

Halifax citadel historical site

Those who travel Halifax say – it is best to discover on foot, so don’t rent the car and start walking. Indulge yourself in Halifax’s rich past at the maritime museum of the Atlantic and make sure to find the city from the 18th century Citadel National Historic Site. Then stroll into any of Halifax’s amazing bars and restaurants and be a part of its enjoyable life.

Peggy’s cove

A small rural community and a heaven for photographers to click some beautiful pictures, I went there at the time of the summer and it was airy and a little cloudy so it is often better to familiar the state of the climate to enjoy the sights. Also there is a remembering view of the Swissair Flight 111 tragedy. You can see a documentary about it.

Alexander Keith’s Brewery

It will come as no wonder to continue readers of my contents that I like the odd drink and so an optional tour to the Alexander Keith’s Brewery in Halifax echoes right up my street. The restaurants offer you a great time to enjoy on drink as its ambience is very good and elegant.

St. Matthew’s Church

Just opposite the street from the Old Burial Grounds is St. Matthew’s Church, an ancient United Church in Canada. The structure was open in 1859, but the congregation dates back to 1749. St. Paul’s Church, established in 1750, is an ancient Anglican church in Canada, situated at 1749 Argyle St.

The Art Gallery

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, sensible in size, but does a great work of highlighting the jobs of popular local artists for example Maud Lewis (Folk) and Alex Colville (hyperrealist), moreover Aboriginal art.

Province House

The house was built in 1726 by Hollis St. Home to Canada’s ancient local government and of Britain’s initial overseas self-government. A superb instance of Georgian architecture, the structure initially inaugurated in 1842, travellers can learn about the history of the site and the current legislative assembly through guided trips, displays and an audio-visual presentation. Province house is open for throughout the year.

This is the most wonderful sites in the world and offers you an opportunity to go close to the nature. If you are planning to take break, then visiting Halifax would be a great idea, so book flight tickets to Halifax and enjoy your free time.