The Historic Halifax Peggy’s Cove Tour includes the Halifax Citadel, Public Gardens, Flemming Park, Point Pleasant Park, Titanic Burial Site, Halifax Explosion, War 1812, Maritime Museum (artifacts from Titanic and much more) Immigration Museum Pier 21.
(Mr. Goodwin the last living relative of the Unknown Child at the Titanic Site. Through DNA testing a match was found. Mr. Goodwin on the left traveled from New Zealand to visit.)
The next stop on the tour is Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, and the Iconic Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, stopping along the Shore drive for photographs, maple syrup outlet with free samples of Maple butter, Maple brittle, Maple cookies, Maple wine, and Maple peanuts.
Lobster lovers can enjoy fresh steamed lobster, oysters or clams to order at nearby Lobster Pound in Indian Harbour (Ryer’s). Shaw’s Landing is a fully licensed restaurant with lobster, fish chowder, fresh homemade bread, and fish and chips as well as many more Canadian dishes. This private tour of Peggy’s Cove usually runs 5-6 hours obviously depending on time spent at varies spot.
Nova Scotia sells more lobster than any other place on the planet. Fresh out of the ocean cooked and served on fisherman’s wharf with hot butter (Ryer’s).
A Little About Peggy’s Cove
Peggy’s Cove and Nova Scotia in general is best known as “Atlantic Canada’s Ocean Playground” filled with stunning natural beauty with a whole host of exciting experiences right across the province. The Peggy’s Cove region is best noted for the many hiking trails, whale watching tours, kayaking adventures, birding and nature walks, and dozens of world class golf courses for the whole family.
Some of the best restaurants in Atlantic Canada are located right here in Peggy’s Cove and boast nothing but the freshest Nova Scotia seafood, lobster, crab, mussels, and haddock.
There are a lot of shops and cafes located in this area of the province and most are locally owned and feature local crafts and art by Nova Scotia artists and local crafts people.
If you are looking to stay overnight there are many accommodations to choose from including oceanfront campgrounds, many local bed and breakfasts, comfortable and affordable Inns, as well as hotels and motels along route. Nova Scotia in general has something to suit every need and budget.
Book a Tour of Historic Halifax & Peggy’s Cove
The best way to see Halifax is by booking an historic tour. Travelers to Nova Scotia have been falling in love with Halifax especially it’s historic district with maritime connection for well over 250+ years. Steeped in rich maritime history, Halifax has many museums and attractions that showcase seafaring tales of pirates and privateers that visitors seemingly cannot get enough of.
One of the first stops on the Halifax Cruise Ship Shore tour is off to to the historic Halifax district. The Fairview Lawn Cemetery is a place where 121 victims lay from the Titanic disaster. Next it’s off to Citadel Hill located high above the city of Halifax where you can hear the cannons ring out over the vast landscape. A short visit to the Halifax Public Gardens will put your mind at ease with hundreds of trees, flowers and park benches. There are many other historic properties along the tour including the site of the Halifax Explosion and Pier 21.
After a short lunch, the tour is off to Peggy’s Cove which has been a top tourist attraction in Nova Scotia of over 100 years. Located on the rugged Atlantic coastline, Peggy’s Cove stands on a base of solid rock high above the crashing surf, that previous visitors have become well aware of. There are many signs posted that tell of the danger of getting too close to the edge of the rocks near the lighthouse, where many have perished over the years.
Where there is danger there is beauty. Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse is the most photographed lighthouse in Canada and quite possible the world. Transportation is comfortable as you can choose from a variety of vehicles to travel on from 4 Passenger Sedans to an 8 Passenger Stretch Limos.
Whether you are currently on a Cruise Ship, traveled by car and staying at a local Hotel, or just flew in and are at the Halifax Airport, the Halifax Tour Guys will be happy to take you on a private tour of Peggy’s Cove, Historic Halifax, Lunenburg to see the Bluenose, wine tours in the Valley, or checking out some of the highest tides in the world along the Nova Scotia coast.
The HALIFAX TOUR GUYS will be happy to take you on a 5-6 hour tour of Historic Halifax or any other Nova Scotia Adventure that you soon won’t forget. For more information on booking a tour to Halifax & Peggy’s Cove fill out the form on the “Cruise Tours” Page.
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