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Peggy's Cove
4.6/5
25 Reviews
Town
我见青云多妩媚Page's Bay is a must-visit attraction in Halifax. The lighthouse is on a small island, facing the sea, with beautiful scenery. There are souvenirs and local specialty products on the tower. It is meaningful to buy a little as a souvenir. There are restaurants around with a lot of people, so we didn't go. There are also special lobsters, which are fished out of the sea and cooked in time for you. It is necessary to taste it.
The Halifax Public Gardens
4.6/5
11 Reviews
City Park
乖小咪This is a very beautiful green garden. There are many landscape plants in the whole garden. They are arranged in various patterns. They are very beautiful. The vegetation is dense and the air is very fresh. It is worth a visit. Go and feel it.
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
4.9/5
8 Reviews
Museum
乐天的静The long road to the end of the boardwalk and Pier 21 is a reminder to those first or second-generation Canadians who lost their way on the immigration journey, long and helpless. Fortunately, we were fortunate enough to be the last guest, with an informative and interesting young tour guide, and even used her grandmother's photos as props. I hope we can spend more time and come back.
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada
4.6/5
8 Reviews
Historical Site
Military Site
e21***17On Castle Hill in the famous Canadian port city of Halifax, there is an octagonal star-shaped fortress. This fortress was built in 1825. It is the fourth fortress built here and one of the largest stone-built military fortresses in North America. Now, at noon every day, the salute will be held at the octagonal star-shaped fortress, which makes tourists feel both nervous and exciting. Of course, it is a pleasing thing to appreciate the legionnaire’s bagpipe playing and the neat training and marching.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
4.2/5
12 Reviews
Museum
黑龙二毛Going to this museum, you can learn that some major disasters in the world, such as the sinking of the Titanic and the Halifax explosion, originally occurred in or near this city. And the outdoor exhibition of this museum and the nearby bay are even more worth seeing!
Lunenburg
4.2/5
10 Reviews
Town
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
qylmryCanada's United Nations World Heritage Town! The old town of Lunenburg established in 1753! It completely retains the British architectural culture and integrates local customs to form a unique culture! I really like the colorful houses in the ancient town! The ancient town of Lunenburg has a population of just over 2,800!

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Peggy's Cove
Peggy's CoveHalifax,Canada

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The Halifax Public Gardens
The Halifax Public GardensHalifax,Canada

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Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21Cape Breton Island,Canada

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Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of CanadaHalifax,Canada

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Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Maritime Museum of the AtlanticHalifax,Canada

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Lunenburg
LunenburgLunenburg County,Canada

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