Excursions in Halifax
This informative and fun filled ride will immerse you in the history and culture of this city. Hear of Halifax's war years and of the exploits and heroism of the citizens who lived through the devastating Halifax explosion. You can view historic properties, the Titanic Burial site, the Spring Garden Road area, Province House, old town Clock, St. Paul's Church, city hall, Grand Parade, Government House, the busy port, Point Pleasant Park, residential areas, and much more. From tales of disaster and triumph to remarkable stories of everyday life. Discover the people and places that have made Halifax one of the most unique and captivating cities in North America!
Join a kilted guide in New Scotland for an enchanting tour of Lunenburg and Mahone Bay. Lunenburg is home to Nova Scotia's largest fishing fleet, Lunenburg Academy, extraordinary architecture, supreme shops and more. While there, take a walking tour of the town with a local historian or visit the Fisheries Museum. From Lunenburg, you will continue with a drive to Mahone Bay, famous for its churches along the shore and its picturesque beauty. There will be plenty of time for exploring these remarkable seaside towns.
The postcard-perfect village of Peggy's Cove stands on granite rock, high above the crashing Atlantic surf. Spend the afternoon with your kilted guide and learn of colourful characters and history in Peggy's Cove! Enjoy the outstanding views of Nova Scotia's unique coastline, then explore the rocks, visit the gift shops and wander through this artist's and explorer's paradise. You can even mail a postcard from the only lighthouse in North America with a post office inside of it!