Travel with your kilted guide on a deluxe motorcoach tour and take a 250 year journey through the streets of Halifax past historic buildings, National Historic sites and enjoy the local warmth and charm of its people.
See Halifax's unique architecture and tree lined streets as your guide regales you with stories of pirates and princes, press gangs and brewers who have helped shape this historic city since its beginning in 1749.
Visit the Public Gardens, one of the finest examples of Victorian Gardens in North America and return to 1869 and meet members of the 78th Highlanders as you visit one of Canada's most visited National Historic Sites, the Halifax Citadel.
You will also learn of the Halifax Explosion, the greatest man-made explosion before the atomic age and how its grateful citizens still thank the citizens of Massachusetts who came to its aid in its time of need. Renovated warehouses that once stored privateers booty, now houses beautiful shops and restaurants.
See Province House, St. Paul's Church the final resting place of bishops and provincial governors and catch a glimpse of the Old Town Clock, a gift to the city from the father of Queen Victoria. Today experience Halifax, both historic and new, and its fascinating 250 year history it has to offer.
Main venues are wheelchair accessible; however smaller shops are not.