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Halifax is a beautiful ocean town, the provincial capital, and the major economic center of Nova Scotia. It boasts a population of more than 415,000, with over half of the population living around the harbor. MoneySense ranked it as the fourth-best city to live in Canada. There are a number of great neighborhoods close to the City Centre in Halifax, such as Downtown, with views of the ocean, a bustling waterfront and plenty of parks. The North End is a happening part of the city with plenty of coffee shops, vintage shops, and restored townhomes. Just a short commute to downtown Halifax, there are plenty of other appealing neighborhoods.
Things to Do and See in Halifax
Once you’ve settled in, you’ll find that Halifax is a city with the perfect balance of rural and urban — a city with a magnificent coastline, beautiful architecture, and a rich maritime history. It boasts one of the greatest natural harbors in the world. The harbor is a major transportation hub for the Eastern Seaboard and Atlantic Canada.
With so much to see and do, it’s a perfect tourist destination. To start exploring, stroll down the four-kilometer Harbor Walk, which winds its way along the colorful waterfront. Start at the Historic Properties and admire the three blocks of Victorian-era buildings and warehouses that date back to the 1700s. The Information Centre along the Walk provides information regarding boat trips and whale watching excursions. The Walk finishes at the Farmers' Market, the longest operating farmers' market in North America from 1750 until today.
A tour of Alexander Keith's Brewery offers history along with beer. Actors in period costumes conduct tours of the brewery that was founded in 1820. In typical East Coast fashion, some musical entertainment and stories are included.
For the best view in Halifax, head up to the iconic Citadel. Built in 1749 for the protection of the city, the star-shaped fort overlooks the harbor.
The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is worth a visit. Pier 21 was the first point of entry to Canada for many immigrants between 1928 and 1971. Beautiful exhibits detail experiences of those who came to Canada by ship.
The Halifax Public Gardens are designated as a National Historic Site with 140 different trees, winding pathways, and colorful flower beds. This is a perfect place to relax.
Halifax also is known for its vibrant nightlife and entertainment. There are plenty of places to grab some food and a drink during the summer months with many pop-up patios, particularly near the harbor.
It’s easy to understand why Halifax is such a popular place to live. Whether you're in search of moving options or storage solutions in Halifax, PODS portable containers are the right move for your move.