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Cruise ships dock in the scenic and historic downtown area only a short walk to museums, the Citadel, public gardens, restaurants, breweries, shopping, etc. You'll need transportation to Peggy's Cove, the Fairview Lawn (Titanic) Cemetery, and Fisherman's Cove. This guide covers: • Areas within walking distance of the cruise ship • Peggy's Cove – an hour by car or bus • Titanic Cemetery – a short ride from port (rental car or taxi) • Fisherman's Cove – a 30 minute ride from the ship • Renting a car
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Halifax cruise ship port Places to visit in the port area Sites withing walking distance of the port Alexander Keith's Brewery Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Halifax Citadel National Historic Site Halifax Town Clock 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 Public Gardens Walking Map of Downtown Halifax Fairview Titanic Cemetery Peggy's Cove Swissair flight 111 memorial Fisherman's Cove Renting a car Goal of port guides – your feedback is important 8 8 9 10 13 14 16 20
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Halifax Cruise Ship Port
Cruise ships dock in a North-South line from Pier 20 to Pier 24. Use this address in Google maps or your GPS to locate the cruise port Lower Water St & Terminal Rd, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. It's a short walk toward the North along Lower Water Street to the city. The Garrison Brewery, the Farmers Market, and the Pier 21 museum are next to the ship's dock
To determine the number of ships in port and where your ship will dock, check the port schedule at http://www.cruisehalifax.ca/our-visitors/index.html
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virtualtourist.com . candy. focusing mainly on some objects that are connected to immigration to Canada. It was thus a place of joy and tears close together . all natural.html The Halifax Seaport Terminal – Farmers Market is in the building south of Pier 20. Garrison Brewing Company is following in this tradition by producing premium ales of distinction for the local market.000 soldiers left it via Halifax during World War II. To check open hours see. William Steel was the first local brewer to quench the thirsts of early settlers and troops gathered on Citadel Hill. A museum gives an overview on those years. With our inaugural batch of “Irish Red Ale” in 1997. They are well-sorted and offer a multitude of interesting souvenirs. Today Garrison brews a variety of full flavored.000. Noggins Farm. In 1754. Vendor stands include The Fabulous Food Boulevard Stands. For more information.Garrison Brewing Company (across the street from Pier 20) Halifax has always been at the centre of a proud and vibrant Maritime brewing tradition. several prepared foods. May 1 to October 31 Hours: OPEN: Seven days a week. Gourmandises Avenue. Garrison introduced the craft beer movement to Nova Scotians and visitors alike. Halifax.joy for those who were admitted to the country. souvenirs.60 Senior (60 years and over) $7. NS B3H 4P7 (902) 425-7770 This is located between piers 20 and 22. That Dutchman’s Cheese and The Fish Shop. with over 20 breweries having operated by the time of prohibition. See this website for more details http://www. Norbert’s Cafe. Seablooms. 9:30am to 5:30pm Ticket Type Price Adult $8. When you're done with the museum. http://halifaxfarmersmarket.TomsPortGuides.com/ Pier 21 Canada's Immigration Museum 1055 Marginal Rd.garrisonbrewing. Each glass represents a tribute to the art of hand-crafting ales with the finest natural ingredients.com/travel/North_America/Canada/Province_of_Nova_Scotia/Halifax908494/Things_To_Do-Halifax-Pier_21-BR-1. cookies. 500. Julian’s Bakery. More interesting than the actual exhibition is the 3D multimedia show in there that tells the story of a fictitious officer of Pier 21 who worked there from 1928 to 1971 and saw thousands of immigrants entering the country. Riverview Herbs. tears to those who weren't.html#ixzz1LqzhpAha Halifax-06-15-2011. see www.com/brewery. Steve-O-Reno’s Cappuccino. In addition to nearly 1.00 Children (5 and under) FREE Pier 21 is one of the historically most interesting places in Halifax. The market also sells fresh fruit & vegetables. The pier was where most of the immigrants to Canada landed from 1928 to 1971.pdf Page 3 of 20 For more guides. preservative free ales. don't miss visiting the souvenir shops downstairs.60 Children (6 – 16 years of age) $5.000 people entering Canada. and products by local craftsmen. see this website http://www. Sea Foam Lavender. Many would follow. Fox Hill Cheese House.
so they don't meet the composition of modern beers.Alexander Keith's Brewery. and 8/10th mile .pdf Page 4 of 20 For more guides. 4/10th mile . Canada +1 902-455-1474 Normal hours are noon-8 PM except closing is at 5 PM on Sundays.TomsPortGuides. There is a tour available $ 16/adult. I have not visited this site. see www.Halifax Citadel National Historic Site. some don't – check the internet reviews. $ 15/senior every half hour. B3J 3R5. 7/10th mile .com . We can expect more new variations of the old recipes because these beers are very popular. Halifax-06-15-2011. Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale is Nova Scotia's most popular beer and the number one specialty beer in markets across Canada. It's a theatrical tour involving actors in period costume recreating what life was like in 1863.Sites within walking distance from the port: • • • • • 3/10th mile . Halifax. Some people love the tour.Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. The tour lasts one hour and ends with a free sample of two pints of beer. This is one of the oldest brewery in North America dating back to 1820.Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. 6/10th mile .Public Gardens Alexander Keith's Brewery 3/10th mile from the ship 1496 Lower Water Street. and the names of the beers have been changed. These beers were developed before standards for beers.
the Days of Sail to the Age of Steam. tableware. the museum also displays Canada’s longest-serving hydrographic vessel. the Titanic to the Halifax Explosion. its vessel plans and nautical charts are housed in. Nova Scotia small craft and shipwrecks are subjects well represented in the collection.000 photographs.pdf Page 5 of 20 For more guides. 31 Monday closed 9:30 am . CSS Acadia. events and people that have come to define Nova Scotia and its relationship with the sea. • Shipwreck treasures of Nova Scotia.com . Harvie. Titanic. represents the marine history of Nova Scotia and those regions or subjects that are considered significant or of interest to the people of Nova Scotia.Maritime Museum of the Atlantic 4/10th mile from the ship 1675 Lower Water Street Halifax.Apr. The collection of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.TomsPortGuides. • The Museum has the largest collection of ship portraits in Canada with over 300 ship portraits of ships such as the Barque John A. octants.8:00 pm Wednesday thru Saturday 9:30 am . you’ll discover the stories. most of which are on display. convoys.5:30 pm Sunday 1:00 pm . The Royal Canadian Navy. See this link for gorgeous photos of the ships in the harbor on display outside the museum: http://en.org/wiki/Maritime_Museum_of_the_Atlantic Halifax-06-15-2011.Oct.8:00 pm 9:30 am . There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage. • Visible Storage allows you to view hundreds of artifacts including sailors' souvenirs. the Age of Steam • The restored ship chandlery of William Robertson and Son.5:00 pm 9:30 am . Canadian merchant marine. the Navy. the Halifax Explosion. • During the summer months. 1 . Nova Scotia CANADA B3J 1S3 902-424-7490 $ 8. Currently under restoration is the C Class sloop. The collection includes: • Over 24. Canadian Naval ships badges. much of which dates from 1850 to the present.wikipedia. the Museum's library. Whim. a part of the Nova Scotia Museum. and accessible through. and automatic doors at two of the main entrances. see www. Take a seat in a replica Titanic deck chair or step aboard CSS Acadia and have a front row seat to history.75 (adult) $ 7. wheelchair accessible stalls in the public washrooms. • The Museum's collection of 20. • The First Order Lens from Sambro Island Lighthouse • Shoes of the Titanic Unknown Child. lanterns. Wheelchairs are also available to visitors at the Museum’s front desk upon request (limited availability) The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is the oldest and largest Maritime Museum in Canada. From small craft boat building to World War Convoys. sextants and telescopes. equipped with a passenger elevator.5:30 pm Tuesday 9:30 am .75 (senior) Hours of Operation Nov. 30 May 1 .5:30 pm The Museum is wheelchair accessible.5:00 pm 1:00 pm . Days of Sail. Sable Island and lifesaving.000 artifacts. • The Museum also has an important small craft collection displayed in The Small Craft Gallery and two Boat Sheds.
Halifax-06-15-2011. it will be difficult to walk up to.Tuesday to Sunday at 2:30 pm Thursday at 2:30 and 7:00 pm The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is the largest art museum in Atlantic Canada. see www. If you are comfortable walking 1000 feet on steep grades.5:00 pm Thursday 10:00 am . The photo below shows the grade to walk from Lower Water Street to the Halifax Citadel or Public Gardens which are up the hill.artgalleryofnovascotia. the Gallery houses the Province's art collection and offers a range of exhibitions and programming.ca/en/AGNS_Halifax/exhibitions/default. the Citadel and Public Gardens from Lower Water Street.Art Gallery of Nova Scotia 6/10th mile from the ship 1723 Hollis Street Halifax. However. Open 7 days a week 10:00 am . You may be able to take public transportation or a cab from the port to the Citadel and Public Gardens. With locations in downtown Halifax and downtown Yarmouth. and down from.TomsPortGuides. but I have not used it. Nova Scotia B3J 1V9 902 424 5280 $ 12 admission.pdf Page 6 of 20 For more guides. There is a hop-on bus. it will not be a problem.aspx CAUTION – STEEP GRADES: There is almost no change in grade walking North-South along the roads such as Lower Water Street to the sites above. Check this link for exhibitions http://www. But if you have mobility issues.com .9:00 pm Daily Tours . My wife walks with a cane and could not walk this grade considering the distance. there is a reasonably steep grade on the streets going East-West.
Halifax 902-426-5080 Hours 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Adult $ 7. ramparts. Halifax Town Clock In the Citadel Historic Site facing Brunswick Street The Town Clock. immediately below the belfry. also sometimes called the Old Town Clock or Citadel Clock Tower. musketry gallery. As with most clocks the "4" is shown as IIII for aesthetic symmetry and not as IV. respected Royal Clock makers based in London. and a 13-foot pendulum with the mechanism being housed in a cast iron frame located in the "clock room". the fort was garrisoned by the British Army until 1906 and by Canadian Forces during the First and Second World Wars. the Citadel was used as a temporary barracks for troops going overseas and as the centre for anti-aircraft operations for Halifax. This massive. Its bell strikes hourly and quarterly and the durability of the mechanism (which dates to the original installation) is attributed to its slow movement. 1803. When the Second World War broke out in 1939. completed in 1856.a system now known as the Halifax Defense Complex .15 From the time of its founding in 1749 through the 19th century. irregular octagon tower built atop a one story white clapboard building of classic Palladian proportions. star-shaped. Constructed originally as a smooth-bore fortification. the Citadel upgraded its armaments and for the first time could defend the harbor as well as the land approach because the new artillery fired heavier shells a greater distance and with more accuracy. The clock face is 4-sided displaying Roman numerals. The major role for the Citadel after the turn of the century was to provide barrack accommodations and act as a command centre for other harbor defenses. the Citadel quickly became obsolete with the introduction of powerful rifled guns in the 1860s.TomsPortGuides.pdf Page 7 of 20 For more guides. which has responsibility for the Citadel Hill National Historic Site. The clock tower is a three-tiered (three story). masonry fortification took 28 years to build. see www. is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the historic urban core of Halifax. gears. British military authorities built a series of fortifications in and around this strategic port . To defend Halifax.com .80 Senior $ 6. It is driven by three weights. It is said that Prince Edward. The present Citadel. then commander-in-chief of all military forces in British North America. Duke of Kent. The tower housing the Town Clock has been used in the past as a guard room and as a residence for the clock caretaker. Halifax-06-15-2011. Although never attacked. is the fourth in a series of forts since 1749 to occupy the hill overlooking the harbor. who arranged for a turret clock to be manufactured before his return to England in 1800. Restoration work on the Town Clock has taken place at various times during the 20th century. The fourth Citadel was established to guard against a land-based attack from the United States. Halifax was one of four principal overseas naval stations in the British Empire. The Town Clock began keeping time for the garrison on October 20.55 parking $ 3. In response to the rapidly changing times. The idea of a clock for the British Army and Royal Navy garrison at Halifax is credited to Prince Edward. The caretaker position ceased in 1965 with its maintenance now being performed by Citadel Hill employees who wind the clock mechanism twice weekly. wished to resolve the tardiness of the local garrison. It is an excellent example of a 19th-century bastion fortification complete with defensive ditch. with the property passing into the care of Parks Canada.Halifax Citadel National Historic Site 7/10th mile from the ship Rainnie Drive. powder magazine and signal masts. The clock mechanism was constructed by the "House of Vulliamy".
Set Page Scaling to “Tile all pages”. the gardens feature 17 acres of rare flowers and trees. Overlap to 0. One among many is a depiction of the town clock as a character named Chimey in the children's television show Theodore Tugboat. The gardens also feature a bandstand that is used for free public concerts on Sunday afternoons during the summer. and check “Cut Marks”. This is a screen shot (left) using my Canon MX870 printer. Established in 1867. Tile Scale to “175%”.As a Halifax icon. South Park Street.pdf Page 8 of 20 For more guides. The landscaping style is Victorian formal and provides a popular setting for wedding and prom photos. Walking Map for Downtown Halifax Download the map for downtown Halifax from this link www. fictional and non-fictional accounts of Halifax.TomsPortGuides. Many people enjoy feeding the ducks who make the gardens their home. the Town Clock has featured in many artwork. When you click OK.005 inch. although it is prohibited.pdf This is the “official” walking map for Halifax. This map is highly readable and razor sharp. see www. and historic statues. It's easy if your printer supports tiling and scaling functions. I highly recommend you print out this map BEFORE you go on vacation.com/HalifaxWalkingMap. Halifax-06-15-2011. Summer Street and Sackville Street near the popular shopping district of Spring Garden Road The Halifax Public Gardens are one of the finest original Victorian era public gardens in North America. They are open annually from approximately May 1 until November 1. A common problem with maps is the text is so tiny you need a jeweler's loupe to read the map. Public Gardens 8/10th mile from the ship Bounded by Spring Garden Road. The solution is to print it to a larger size. the printer produces 4 pages which can be cut and taped together to create a 17 inch by 22” map which lists all the major tourist sites in downtown Halifax.TomsPortGuides. It can be handy while in port. sparkling fountains.com .
5 km. “Titanic” is NOT part of the official cemetery name.pdf Page 9 of 20 For more guides. Canada.5 km. Granite markers list the name and date of death.a 15 minute ride (6. The grave stones are laid out in three curved lines following contours of the bow of a ship. about 600 feet West of Connaught Ave. 29 miles) Fisherman's Cove is a 30 minute ride (16 km. see www. 4 miles) Peggy's Cove is an hour ride (46 km. Halifax. Nova Scotia. Some cruisers take a cab to Titanic Cemetery because it's a short ride. One hundred and twenty-one victims of the RMS Titanic sinking are interred at Fairview. more than any other cemetery in the world. My preference is to rent a car and drive to all of these sites. 4 miles) from the ship It's located at Windsor St & Connaught Ave. Halifax-06-15-2011.Excursions from the cruise port Fairview (Titanic) Cemetery is a 15 minute ride (6. 10 miles) There are bus excursions from the ship to Titanic Cemetery and Peggy's Cove.com . I describe the details re renting a car and step-by-step driving directions after the description for these sites. The entrance is on Windsor St.TomsPortGuides. About a third of the bodies were not identified so the markers only have a number and date of death. Fairview Lawn “Titanic” Cemetery .
wikipedia. Canada. The main parking lot for Peggy's Cove lighthouse is only a short distance away. BEAUTIFUL SITE! Peggy's Cove is about an hour ride from the ship (46 km. see http://en. To find it on a Google map. There are ship excursion tours and public bus tours to this site. . see www. 29 miles). and use the clean toilets. As you approach Peggy's Cove. Halifax-06-15-2011. visit the center. The street intersection for your GPS is Prospect Rd & Peggys Point Rd. Canada.pdf Page 10 of 20 For more guides._Halifax.a MUST SEE. you'll see a Tourist Information Center.TomsPortGuides.com . And there are some postcard photo opportunities from the East end of the parking lot.org/wiki/Fairview_Cemetery. NS. Nova Scotia. It's important to stop to get a free map of the local sites.Grave markers in shape of ship's bow For detailed information on Titanic Cemetery._Nova_Scotia Peggy’s Cove. enter Peggy's Cove.
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you should stop to see the Swissair Flight 111 memorial. about half a mile from Peggy's Cove. The plane made head-on contact with water at an estimated 300G.TomsPortGuides. On your way back to Halifax.wikipedia. There is a shop with souvenirs and snacks next to the lighthouse.This photo was taken at Lobster Lane & Peggys Point Rd about 500 feet from the lighthouse. For details on the memorial site and investigation of the tragic accident._Nova_Scotia Swissair Flight 111 memorial – it's about 6/10th mile from Peggy's Cove. causing it to crush and then shatter killing the passengers nearly instantaneously.org/wiki/Peggys_Cove. Peggy's Cove is a small area to visit. A cockpit fire caused the plane crash in September 1998 causing the loss of 229 passengers and crew. see http://en. You probably don't need more than 30 to 60 minutes to see it.wikipedia.pdf Page 13 of 20 For more guides. I'm not sure whether the tour buses stop here. For details on Peggy's Cove. see http://en.com . We did because we had rented a car.org/wiki/Swissair_Flight_111 Halifax-06-15-2011. see www.
and much more. Maritime art crafts.pdf Page 14 of 20 For more guides.ns. Nova Scotia. Halifax-06-15-2011. 10 mile ride from the ship to the Eastern Passage area on the other side of the harbor. The address for Google maps is 30 Government Wharf Road. see www. Canada During the summer months you can watch the fishermen come in with their daily catch. For details.com . The cookies were delicious. Unfortunately. you'll love the many shops of Fisherman’s Cove. unique folk art.A Hidden Treasure It's a 30 minute. It was on a Sunday in May. the only stores open were a bakery and a gallery.TomsPortGuides. see http://www. You can also learn the great history of Fisherman’s Cove by enjoying a historic walk of the area. 2011.fishermanscove. This is a scenic area and I suspect it would be a lot of fun to visit when all the shops are open. you can buy their fish right here! Take a boat ride and explore McNabs Island. There is a beautiful gallery where you can purchase the art of local artists and our other shops where you can purchase souvenirs.Fisherman's Cove . If you like to shop.ca/ I've only been to Fisherman's Cove once.
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It takes about 20-30 minutes for Avis to pick you up and take you to the rental office. public buses. As you leave.Park the car in the lot East of the shop/restaurant. Halifax. 4.Swissair Flight 111 memorial. In about 15 minutes. Eastern Passage. walk around the area. Use www. NS Peggys Cove Peggys Point Rd – Church Rd. and gas. turn left on Prospect Rd (333) for about 6/10th mile. First stop = Peggy's Cove. 5. Ships dock early in the morning. • I can stop to take photos which is better than trying to take pictures through dirty. 1. • Complete flexibility to go where I want.Renting a Car in Halifax You can tour the Halifax area on the ship's excursion buses. but be careful not to fall on the rocks. Get 12 Canadian quarters at a shop or at one of the souvenir booths in the terminal.Lighthouse 6. when I want. I use these addresses in my TomTom.pdf Page 16 of 20 For more guides. You'll also need a quarter to use the pay phone in the cruise ship terminal to call the car rental agency. Peggys Cove. Program your GPS with the stops BEFORE you go on the cruise.com roll calls to post you have rented a car and have room for 4 people. I think it's always windy here. insurance. They exchanged my US dollars 1:1 for Canadian money. and stay the length of time I choose.Park the car on the side of the road at Lobster Ln. long before your cruise. Visit the shops and take some photos. see www. Your GPS might need slightly different addresses because it may program differently than mine Fairview Lawn (Titanic) Cemetery Windsor St – Strawberry Hill St. Step-by-Step Approach to Using a Rental Car to Tour Halifax Area: Book you car via internet. Wander around and takes lots of photos. We've met nice people on both of our trips to Halifax and enjoyed the ride together. private tours. NS You'll need Canadian quarters for the pay phone and bridge toll.Peggys Point Rd & Church Rd. Call the car rental (Avis is on 902-492-2847) from the cruise ship terminal and ask them to pick you up. The payphones take a quarter and are located at the North end of the passenger terminal next to the information booth. I prefer a rental car for several reasons: • The distances are not far and the roads are good. There are several rental agencies. and • Cost to rent a full size Chrysler van with room for six is $ 120 for the rental. NS Gas Station Hollis St. Peggys Cove. NS The map on the following page shows the details for the following locations at Peggy's Cove.TomsPortGuides. It was chilly in May and October. reflective windows on a moving bus.Visitor information center. Halifax. NS 2. Be sure to park here to visit the center and use the toilets. you're on your way. Peggys Cove. or rental cars. That's only $ 20 per person! I rented a car in October 2010 and May 2011. I go to Peggy's Cove first because it is the longest drive and the most important site to visit. We can drop the car off. We use Avis Car Rental at 1717 Grafton Street (902-492-2847). NS Fishermans Cove Government Wharf Rd-shore Rd. Be sure to go into the shop to see the souvenirs and perhaps have a cup of coffee. The Halifax-Dartmouth bridge toll is $ 1 dollar each way to visit Fisherman's Cove.com . You'll need at least half an hour here. My GPS directs me to Peggys Point Rd & Church Rd. Drive to the East end of the parking lot to take some photos. Halifax-06-15-2011.CruiseCritic. but car rental agencies don't open until 8 AM. 3. It's a convenient location about a mile from the ship and only two blocks from the Citadel. It was a great way to tour. and then return to the ship.Barrington St.
pdf Page 17 of 20 For more guides. see www.Detailed Map of Peggy's Cove (see previous page for legend) Details of Lighthouse on display at the shop/restaurant Halifax-06-15-2011.com .TomsPortGuides.
If this doesn't work in your GPS. Halifax. You'll probably spend 20-30 minutes at the cemetery.TomsPortGuides.com . Halifax.pdf Page 18 of 20 For more guides. see www. Nova Scotia. NS. try Windsor St & Connaught St. Canada.Second stop = Fairview Lawn (Titanic) Cemetery My GPS is programed for Windsor St – Strawberry Hill St. Halifax-06-15-2011.
Canada When we are done visiting Fisherman's Cove.pdf Page 19 of 20 For more guides. Halifax-06-15-2011. & Barrington St. NS B3G 1M7. Halifax. You MUST fill up the gas tank before returning the rental car. Halifax. Stop there on your way back to the rental agency. Nova Scotia.Last Stop = Fisherman's Cove 30 Government Wharf Rd. The closest gas station is at the intersection of Hollis St. Then I stop to fill up the gas and get Avis to drop me off near the ship.TomsPortGuides. see www. Canada .com . I drive back to Halifax and offer to drop off my fellow travelers at any location.
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