Bed and Breakfast Halifax Nova Scotia - Blue Forest Lane, copyright 2004,
The Cottage Suite
Beautiful Room and clean house - We appreciated a quiet sleep and being awakened by all sorts of bird songs we didn't recognize. Looking forward to our morning drive in the gorgeous countryside along the ocean. Great Location.

Susan Davenport
Halifax events and festivals bring out the best of Nova Scotia’s culture. Music lovers head to one of (or all) four Halifax music festivals like the Halifax Pop Explosion and movie goers have the popular Atlantic Film Festival. Seafaring folks find themselves at the Dragon Boat Festival – a spectacular series of seaside racing – or watching along during the Bluenose Marathon. For foodies, there’s Savour Food & Wine and Catch NS Seafood Festival. And those looking for something different (like 2000 amazing performers or unjuried, uncensored theatre) will find it at the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo or the Atlantic Fringe Festival. And this is just the beginning.
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Welcome to the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo:
The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is a Military and civilian extravaganza featuring over 2000 International and Canadian performers. It is presented annually at the Halifax Metro Centre and draws an audience of over 60,000 people during its annual run.
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Concerts in Halifax
Concerts, Sports Events and Other Events that are going on in the city this summer and Fall season. Buy Tickets for these event on-line.
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Pier 21: We celebrate and share the Canadian immigration experience by honouring the unique stories of immigration throughout history. We also pay tribute to 1.5 million immigrants, war brides, displaced people, evacuee children and Canadian military personnel who passed through Pier 21 between 1928 and 1971.
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Maritime Musem of the Atlantic: The collection includes artifacts, images, charts and plans relating to the marine history of Nova Scotia. The Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian merchant marine, Nova Scotia small craft and local shipwrecks are particular strengths of the collection much of which represents the period 1850 to the present.
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Halifax Citedal: By any criteria or definition the Halifax Citadel is a very 'special place'. The Halifax Citadel has been commemorated as a nationally significant symbol of Halifax's role as a principal naval station in the British Empire and of the city's importance to Canada's development and evolution from colony to nation. The Halifax Citadel was formally recognized as a significant symbol of Canadian nationhood when it was designated as a National Historic Site in 1951.
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