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HMCS Sackville

1675 Lower Water St adjacent the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5X5, Canada
+1 902-429-2132
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Lots of history here!

I visited the HMCS Sackville based on the recommendation of a gentleman at the Canadian Border... read more

Reviewed yesterday
cneuhold
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Toronto, Canada
Ship was not in dock.

We went June 13, 2017. The ship has been moved temporarily, to the Navy Ship yard, for maintenance... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lesley L
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HMCS Sackville, the last remaining Flower Class corvette in the world, symbolizes the extraordinary effort of Canadians seventy years ago during the Second World War. Restored to her wartime configuration she serves as a museum and memorial to those lost during the Battle of the Atlantic and to honour those who serve and continue to serve in the Naval Service of Canada. HMCS Sackville is berthed at Sackville Landing adjacent to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in the summer and in HMC Dockyard during the winter.
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1675 Lower Water St adjacent the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5X5, Canada
Downtown Halifax
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Reviewed yesterday

I visited the HMCS Sackville based on the recommendation of a gentleman at the Canadian Border Services Agency office, which I had visited earlier that day, as part of Doors Open Halifax 2017. HMCS Sackville is the last of 269 corvettes built and sailed by...More

Thank cneuhold
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went June 13, 2017. The ship has been moved temporarily, to the Navy Ship yard, for maintenance. Had visited it 6 years ago. A gentleman showed us around and explained the history of the ship.

Thank Lesley L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Launched in 1941, the HMCS Sackville makes her yearly appearance beginning in May and stays moored at Halifax's waterfront boardwalk for the summer, adjacent to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. She is historically significant because she is the last remaining "Flower-class corvette" intact. The...More

1  Thank PookyCake
Reviewed 24 April 2017

This is a great place to visit. Kids will love exploring this artefact of World War II and adults can appreciate the discomfort that the sailors must have experienced. There are guides to chat to and ask questions, or you can explore on your own....More

Thank Togmeister_Mark
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Tour a working navy ship, tends to be crowded on nice days. Once you get on the ship there is no turning around. I was not thrilled with going below deck- a bit claustrophobic but nothing horrible. I would recommend to kids over 8-9

Thank Barb F
Reviewed 28 March 2017

It's getting a look at the past in a very hands on way, being able to go through every area of the boat. It is basic, but still shows you what life was like for these sailors. We love to take or send visitors there,...More

Thank wsekem
Reviewed 3 March 2017

good family 1-2 hrs. historical significanceand funn for kids. an aged warship reveals the history of our forefathers

Thank Bill D
Reviewed 26 February 2017

A must stop and see on the water front I am retired navy and still love going to see this and see how hard the crew had it in the day it is a piece of our navy past

1  Thank kenhowe446
Reviewed 22 February 2017

By the end of WW II, Canada had one of the largest navies on the world, albeit mainly with smaller ships like destroyers and corvettes. The HMCS Sackville is a fine example of a corvette used for convoy duty during WW II. It is worth...More

3  Thank Andrew K
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

It makes you appreciate what these brave men went through to serve the greater good of the countries security, escorting other ships, etc. The caption was top notch hero for sitting on top of the corvette st the expense of rough seas and Canadian Arctic...More

1  Thank Denis J
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Ruby R
are dogs allowed in the area on the boardwalk
20 June 2017|
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Response from dublinlassie2 | Property representative |
Hello, Dogs are most welcome on the boardwalk. On the jetty beside our gift shop we have a dog drinking station.
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How much does this attraction cost.
7 July 2015|
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Response from fortitudeX4 | Reviewed this property |
It is $5 per person, $2 for a child or senior and $10 for a family. Open from 10. Enjoy!
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