If you’re out for a trip to a place that can provide you with your kind of entertainment, Halifax is your place to be. The number of pubs in this city is way more than the total of pubs available all around the capital. But apart from being a fun city, it is also known for its villages and museums that save the cultural history of the city. This city is based alongside the Bay of Fundy which is known to be one of North America’s seven words and produces the highest tides on earth. Here are the best places to visit.
The Peggys Cove is a small scale bay over the Atlantic coast. It is 43 kilometers away from Halifax. This place is highly recommended as a must-see for its visitors. The kind of peace and voice of water has gushing the stones can’t be felt anywhere else. The area apart from hosting this beauty has several quirky colored houses and the lighthouses, which have been established a long time ago and are still used. It saw a sad tragedy when a Swiss airplane drives right into the sea, crashed and saw over 229 casualties. A memorial is also placed in its Memory.
This building was finalized in the year 1819; it holds an important seat in Nova Scotia’s partnership in Parliament. You can be a part of the guided tour for the same; they will take you through the Red Chamber which is known to have helped various important council meetings and discussions. However, now it has also been turned in a library, opened only occasionally for local visitors. You can find various books on the history it has been dedicated to. It is better to sign up for the tour in advance.