Explore the coastline of the world's deepest natural harbour. Thrill to the excitement of Casino Nova Scotia or dance the night away in trendy nightclubs. Discover quaint shops and charming restaurants in the city's romantic neighbourhoods. No matter what your interest, Halifax has something to offer.
Mild but still cool, spring is the perfect time of year to visit Lower Prospect and try your hand at sea kayaking. Explore the hidden coves of Nova Scotia's south shoreline. After working up a healthy appetite, take a drive to Hall's Harbour to enjoy fresh Canadian lobster.
The weather is warm, and Halifax is brimming with fun and interesting things to do. Browse the shops along the boardwalk, pausing to sample the homemade ice cream. Stroll Spring Garden Road, where you will find more shopping on your way to the stunning Halifax Public Gardens.
Explore Nova Scotia's wine country in the beautiful Annapolis Valley. Enjoy a wine tour and tasting before enjoying dinner in the charming La Caveau Restaurant. The salt air and ocean breeze are always captivating. Make plans to book an eco-adventure with Great E.A.R.T.H. Expeditions. For a romantic outing, schedule a tour on the Tall Ship Silva.
The air is crisp, and it is the ideal season to visit breathtakingly beautiful Peggy's Cove. The rugged shoreline and lighthouse are a photographer's dream. Plan a trip to historic Citadel Hill to see the noontime firing and changing of the guard. This National Historic Site is a must-see for all history lovers and military buffs. In the evening, experience the excitement of the famed Halifax casino. The hotel connects to Casino Nova Scotia via an indoor walkway.
Bundle up and enjoy an afternoon skating on the Oval at Halifax Commons. Eager to hit the slopes? Head to Ski Wentworth, which features an 815-foot drop and 20 alpine trails. Take in a hockey game at the Scotiabank Centre, less than a five-minute walk from the Delta Barrington.