Halifax Titanic & Fisherman's Cove

Our tour begins with a glimpse into the history of Halifax and connection to the Titanic as we take you to the Fairview Lawn Cemetery where many of the victims from the sinking of the Titanic are buried. We will talk about the Halifax Explosion of 1917 and how it changed the cities of both Halifax and Dartmouth.  Your private tour continues as we travel across one of the two bridges to the Dartmouth area and on to Fisherman's Cove, located in Eastern Passage. 

Fisherman's Cove is both frozen in time and constantly evolving. Nestled in a centuries old fishing community that is still active, it is also home to a unique collection of colourful gift shops, museums and art galleries, delicious restaurants, coffee and bake shops, ice-cream canteens and fish n' chip shacks. 

We will tour some local sites including a boardwalk which crosses a pond and leads you to the incredible ocean . . keep an eye out for the local Moose that is known to be in the area of the Silver Sands Beach.

Other options for this tour, time permitting are:

- Shearwater Aviation Museum
- Cole Harbour, Home of Pittsburgh Penguins Sidney Crosby "Sid the Kid"
- Citadel Hill (a favorite place to stop for pictures of Halifax City and the waterfront)

As with all of my tours, it can be customized to suit your interests. Meal stops with various options are available along the route at an extra cost. Please contact me for available dates and pricing.  

Tour is 5hrs  ($500, includes local Tax 15%)   Note: All pricing is in Canadian Funds

Halifax, the Titanic & Fisherman's Cove 5hr - Itinerary