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Halifax, NS Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 24
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,412
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 352
Committable Meeting Rooms* 19
Largest Exhibit Space 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $204
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $124
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $221
*Maximum for a single hotel

Halifax, NS Things to Do and Attractions

Discovery Centre

Halifax's Discovery Centre is Nova Scotia's only hands-on science center, with a mission to make science interesting, enjoyable and interactive. The Discovery Centre features both traveling and permanent exhibitions, as well as high-definition films,

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Memory Lane Heritage Village

Memory Lane Heritage Village is located less than one hour outside of Halifax in Lake Charlotte along Nova Scotia's eastern shore. The village takes visitors back to the 1940s and features a general store, one room schoolhouse, barn, homestead, boat

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Bishop's Landing

An award-winning development along the Halifax waterfront, Bishop's Landing is a blend of residential, retail and commercial space, as well as a public marina. The Piazza at Bishop's Landing is lined with boutique shops and fine dining restaurants

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Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery

Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery is one of North America's oldest breweries. The brewery welcomes visitors to take part in one-hour immersive tours through the 1820 massive ironstone and granite building led by actors in 1860s costume. Visitors

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Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site is made up of a unique system of harbor defenses that commemorates the city's role as a key naval station in the British Empire. The present citadel was completed in 1856, as the fourth in a series of British

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Saege Bistro

Saege Bistro is an inviting neighborhood eatery housed in a stone fireplace solarium with trickling waterfall that brings the outside in. The bistro's award-winning creative fare includes such options as roasted butternut squash ravioli with

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Ryan Duffy's Steak and Seafood

Ryan Duffy's Steak and Seafood was once a speakeasy; it now operates as an award-winning restaurant in the Halifax Radisson Hotel and Suites. The restaurant serves local Black Angus beef tenderloin and Alberta AAA short loins for its in-house,

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The Five Fishermen Restaurant and Grill

Known for its delicious seafood and historic atmosphere, The Five Fishermen Restaurant and Grill is located next to the World Trade & Convention Centre. The restaurant is housed in an 1816 building that once served as the Church of England's

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da Maurizio

da Maurizio specializes in fine Italian dining along the historic Halifax waterfront. A long-time favorite with Halifax residents and visitors alike, da Maurizio's elegant interior is accented with white linens and cozy lighting. Entree selections

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Chives Canadian Bistro

Nestled in historic downtown Halifax, Chives Canadian Bistro incorporates elements of Canadian landscape and a French urban feel in its comfortable, warm decor with long banquet seating and chalkboard menus. Entree choices include Nova Scotia lamb

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Museum of Natural History

The Museum of Natural History explores the natural wonders of Nova Scotia's land and sea in its collection of world-class fossils, mammals, birds, archaeology and more. The Museum of Natural History is the first museum in Canada to feature "Science

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Neptune Theatre

The elegant, state-of-the-art Neptune Theatre is Atlantic Canada's largest professional regional theatre. Located in the heart of downtown Halifax, Neptune Theatre presents a broad range of theatrical performances from mid-September through late May,

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Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is the largest art museum in Atlantic Canada, featuring two locations in downtown Halifax and Yarmouth. Located within walking distance from the waterfront, the Halifax branch features a permanent collection of more

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Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Located along the Halifax waterfront, Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is a National Historic Site that served as the gateway to Canada for one million immigrants from 1928 to 1971 and departure point for 500,000 Canadian military personnel

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Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

As the oldest and largest maritime museum in Canada, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic explores Nova Scotia's marine history and heritage. The museum's collection represents 1850 through the present, showcasing artifacts, images and charts, as well

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