Before we came, we didn't know much about Halifax. We only knew that the most famous scenic spot in the city was Castle Hill. It seemed like a big Pentagon in the air. No tickets were needed for the 150th anniversary. We were happy to walk through every corner. The guard dress was still traditional costume. Every succession had a small ceremony, which was very interesting.
It's worth going! Canadian history can be understood here. Every day at 12 noon, the sound of gunfire on Castle Hill can also be heard. It was a ceremony that began in the 17th century: telling the ships in the bay that it was 12 noon, reminding the crew that it was time for lunch.
Located on the Castle Hill in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It has always been a place for military strategists to contend for. It has been built as a fortress three times in history. The existing castle, built in 1825, is one of the largest stone fortresses in North America. Inside the castle are the Nova Scotia Museum and the Museum of Arms and Weapons.
Very worthwhile attractions, there are salutes at 12 noon every day
It's well preserved and you can get some local history.