THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Halifax Brewery Farmers’ Market
Lowe BISHOP’S LANDING SANDS AT SALTER
Halifax Seaport Canadian Museum of Farmers’ Market Immigration at Pier 21 Georges Island National Historic Site
HALIFAX WATERFRONT HIGHLIGHTS
The waterfront will always top the list of places to love in Halifax. Bustling with locals and visitors alike, there’s so much excitement and energy found on this boardwalk.
VISIT A FARMERS' MARKET
Meet the local makers, creators and harvesters at the Halifax Brewery Farmers’ Market and the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market in their NEW location at Pavilion 22, and outdoor summer market. halifaxbrewerymarket.com | halifaxfarmersmarket.com
CHECK OUT THE “DRUNKEN LAMPPOSTS”
Designed by Chris Hanson and Hendrika Sonnenberg in 2013, this cheeky installation near Bishop’s Landing has become a popular photo-op on the Halifax waterfront.
VISIT THE STUBBORN GOAT BEER GARDEN
Cool drinks, sea breeze, live music, and waterfront views — find it all at The Stubborn Goat Beer Garden! Check out the NEW Salt Yard Social opening in 2021 in the Salt Yard. stubborngoatbeergarden.ca
Try something new with Segway Nova Scotia, or cycle the city with I Heart Bikes. segwayns.com | iheartbikeshfx.com
RELAX ON A HAMMOCK
The perfect place to take five and enjoy the city's laid-back east coast lifestyle.
SALT YARD & NEW FOUNDATION WHARF
Between Salter and Sackville Streets you’ll find food and retail kiosks, pop-up events and live music, the occasional concert, cool murals, and several adorable painted octopus bollards right at the water’s edge. Take a stroll along the adjacent NEW boardwalk and wharf at Foundation Wharf (Opening 2021).
EAT ON A PATIO
There is nothing better than a bite and a cold beverage on a sunny patio with harbour views! To get you started, check out The Bicycle Thief, Stone’s Throw, The Lower Deck, Pickford & Black or Waterfront Warehouse.
EXPLORE THE MARITIME HERITAGE DISTRICT
The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is a marine history utopia complete with small craft model ships and relics from the Titanic disaster. You'll also find CSS Acadia and HMCS Sackville ships docked in this harbour district. maritimemuseum.novascotia.ca
Home to the NEW Muir Hotel, Peace by Chocolate, and other exciting new retail and dining options, along with new outdoor public spaces (OPENING in 2021) – all at the water’s edge. queensmarque.com
TAKE A PHOTO IN FRONT OF A MURAL
Follow the ‘Splash of Colour’ trail along the boardwalk to find a collection of murals, art installations and more from the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel to the Halifax Seaport.