Halifax Citadel National Historic Site



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Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

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Halifax Citadel National Historic Site (also referred to as Fort George) was originally built in 1749 to protect Halifax Harbour and the Royal Navy Dockyard in Halifax, NS from its enemies. Today, the "star-shaped" fort is a popular attraction in Nova Scotia complimented by actors representing the 78th Highland Regiment.

What are the Top Things To Do, Activities, and Adventures at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site?

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site adventures, and activities most enjoyed sightseeing, walking, acting, drumming, and learning history.

Why Halifax Citadel National Historic Site?

It is an opportunity to explore one of Atlantic Canada's most infamous forts. Make an effort to watch the changing of the guard every hour, hear about the ghost stories, become a soldier for a day, and stick around for the "firing of the gun" (May to November).

What are the features, amenities, and services and extras available to travelers at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site?

The more important features, amenities and services located in and around Halifax Citadel National Historic Site includes guided tours, exhibits, actors, audio-visual presentations, washrooms, "Army Museum", gift shop, school of piping and drumming, family programs, event facilities and a cafeteria.

Come to Halifax, Nova Scotia and explore the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

 

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Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
5425 Sackville St
Halifax
Canada

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