Halifax, NS, Canada
Your first look at Halifax, Nova Scotia is from across the enormous natural harbor that also hosts the verdant George’s Island. Ships have arrived at this key Atlantic seaport just like this for centuries, including both the million immigrants who passed through in the 1900s, as well as the Halifax salvage boats recovering wreckage from the Titanic. Besides a modern city abuzz with museums and shops, you’ll find a massive fort overlooking the waterfront and idyllic villages for postcard-perfect nature walks on your Halifax cruise.
- Meet a Scottish regiment at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site.
- Laze under the gazebo at the Public Gardens on Halifax cruises.
- Take in the views from the Peggy’s Cove lighthouse.
- Hear heartbreaking stories of immigrants and war brides at Pier 21.