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Welcome to the Halifax Entertainment.Ca Museum Section. Here you will find hours of operation, dress code, locations, exhibits. Everything you need to plan the perfect learning and cultural experience.
Halifax Museums  (map view)
1496 Lower Water Street, Halifax,
(902) 422-1077
Take an immersive tour of the Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Brewery as actors in period costume lead you back in time to learn about the famous beer. The historic brewery and the challenges of life in Halifax in 1863. Then swing by the Stag's Head Tavern for great music, games and of course to sample some Alexander Keith's finest ales.
1960 Brunswick Street, Halifax,
(902) 426-5080
One of Canada's most visited national historic sites, the Citadel features exhibits, audio-visual presentations, guided tours, the noon gun and the 78th Highlands & Royal Artillery Regiment. Gift shop and coffee bar available. Admission charged.
200 Government Wharf Rd, Halifax,
Surrounded by an authentic 200-year old fishing village with colourful boats and shanties, Fisherman's Cove has an inviting collection of craft shops, an art gallery, seafood restaurant, a Marine Interpretive Centre with interactive experiences. Year-round seaside boardwalk with picnic tables available. Free admission to the village, charge for the Marine Interpretive Centre.
1055 Marginal Road, Halifax,
(902) 425-7770 (855) 526-4721
Pier 21 is a National Historic Site which was the gateway to Canada for one million immigrants between 1928 and 1971. It also served as the departure point for 500,000 Canadian Military personnel during the Second World War. Today, Pier 21 hosts the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21—Atlantic Canada’s only national museum!
1747 Summer Street, Halifax,
(902) 424-7353
The Museum of Natural History is a great way to be introduced to Nova Scotia. The easy to navigate, wheelchair accessible Museum space has Galleries on Archeology. Geology, Mammals, Aquatic life and more, plus the Museum is home to numerous live specimens that make Nova Scotia their home. The Museum is also home to Gus the Tortoise, one of Halifax most visited and beloved citizens.
1593 Barrington Street, Halifax,
(902) 492-4422
When Discovery Centre opened its doors to the public in 1990, it brought a new philosophy in science communication to Nova Scotia. Its mandate was not merely to present science facts to people but the Centre set for itself the goal of allowing visitors of all ages to experience science by doing and experimenting. The in-house public and educational programs and exhibits, as well as the outreach, province-wide programs are designed to be interactive, fun and hands-on.
1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax,
(902) 424-7490
Located in the heart of Halifax’s historic waterfront, there’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. From small craft boatbuilding to World War Convoys, the Days of Sail to the Age of Steam, the Titanic to the Halifax Explosion, you’ll discover the stories, events and people that have come to define Nova Scotia and its relationship with the sea. 
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