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I can't believe the amount of history in this museum. |I loved the museum but when we visited, there was a cruise ship in town. This made for huge crowds and it was difficult to be be able to view some exhibits. I would recommend...More
Loved everything about Halifax. Came there on a World Cruise and thought the cruise terminal was the best one I visited on my travels. Stalls full of excellent crafts made in Halifax and surrounding places. Maritime Museum of the Atlantic was excellent and there were...More
this place is a must see while in Halifax ,One of the best Titanic artifacts on display with a in depth interactive stations that includes history from boating in the early days to the Halifax explotion.
This is a great museum and a good place to visit if you are in the city. I really went to see the Titanic exhibit, but ended up most particularly impressed with the rooms and rooms of meticulously-crafted miniature models of various ships and other...More
The Titanic, Halifax Explosion...I experienced history in a way I never have before. I literally closed the place down...but I could've stayed longer. So much to see, to read, to learn about. My most moving Nova Scotia visit.
The museum focuses on the maritime culture of a Canadian Atlantic harbor.
The two historic events, Halifax explosion and Titanic, are presented in elaborated details.
I would recommend everyone to pay a visit to this museum, in a provincial boredom.
Was with group that had presentation and guide through exhibit. Recommend only presentation and the rest of the time to view exhibits on your own. Did not have as much time to spend on exhibits as needed.
We spent most of the day at this museum and went back in the evening to hear a free informative talk about the HMCS Sackville. The collection requires several hours to view completely and ranges across the gamut of local and more general maritime history....More