Halifax Landmarks and Monuments

(Halifax, Nova Scotia - NS, Canada)




Halifax is overflowing with what seems to be an endless supply of historical landmarks, monuments and impressive buildings. Home to a number of notable churches, the Cathedral Church of all Saints is a particularly impressive landmark in Halifax, while for things of a more nautical nature, the HMCS Sackville is an instantly recognizable docked naval ship and open to visitors.

Other popular landmarks and monuments in Halifax include Province House, a true architectural gem, and the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, a national landmark synonymous with both Halifax and Canada.



Halifax Citadel National Historic Site


Address: Sackville and Brunswick Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia (NS), B3K 5M7, Canada
Tel: +1 902 426 5080
The impressive Halifax Citadel National Historic Site contains an array of exhibits and displays, offering an insight into how life was at the fort, including 'The Tides of History' audiovisual presentation. This national landmark is extremely popular and an important symbol of Canada. Guided tours are available.
Open hours: May to June - 09:00 to 17:00, July to August - 09:00 to 18:00, September and October - 09:00 to 17:00, November to May - grounds only are open
Admission: charge, discounts for children and seniors


Cathedral Church of all Saints


Address: 5732 College Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia (NS), B3H 1X3, Canada
Tel: +1 902 423 6002
Cathedral Church of all Saints is a striking cathedral situated close to downtown Halifax. Featuring magnificent stained-glass windows and numerous artifacts, Cathedral Church of all Saints offers a wealth of history and regular services are provided.
Open hours: May to September, Monday to Friday - 13:00 to 15:00 and by year-round appointment
Admission: free

HMCS Sackville


Address: 1675 Lower Water Street, Forces Station, Halifax, Nova Scotia (NS), B3K 5X5, Canada
Tel: +1 902 429 2132
HMCS Sackville is a corvette that served in the Canadian navy and escorted convoys during WWII, and is now used as a floating museum. Situated by the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, HMCS Sackville features a gift shop, together with demonstrations and presentations.
Open hours: June to October - 10:00 to 17:00
Admission: charge, discounts for children and families

Province House


Address: 1726 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia (NS), B3J 2Y3, Canada
Tel: +1 902 424 5982
Province House, situated in downtown Halifax, is a magnificent building that was once acclaimed by Charles Dickens as 'A gem of Georgian architecture'. This is Canada's oldest seat of government, and popular guided tours are available.
Open hours: July and August, Monday to Friday - 09:00 to 17:00, Saturday and Sunday - 10:00 to 16:00; September to April, Monday to Friday - 09:00 to 16:00
Admission: free

St. Mary's Basilica


Address: 1508 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia (NS), B3J 1Z3, Canada
Tel: +1 902 423 4116
The impressive St. Mary's Basilica is one of the oldest Roman Catholic churches in Canada, and is situated in the downtown area of Halifax. Featuring a magnificent spire and a museum, St. Mary's Basilica offers guided tours daily from Monday to Friday.
Open hours: daily
Admission: free

St. Paul's Anglican Church


Address: 1749 Argyle Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia (NS), B3J 3K4, Canada
Tel: +1 902 429 2240
St. Paul's Anglican Church, one of the oldest churches in Canada, is located in the downtown area of Halifax. This impressive Georgian building offers guided tours throughout the summer. St. Paul's Cemetery is also worth a visit.
Open hours: Monday to Friday - 09:00 to 16:00
Admission: free






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