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The ferry goes to two other stations in Dartmouth, it is very safe and reliable. During sunny days, you can go upstairs to haver a better view during the trip. And it has the transit passar, should you need to take a bus after ir...More
Our cruise ship itinerary included a day in the port of Halifax.my adult daughter and I felt adventurous and a local woman was kind enough to recommend this ferry ride. She informed us that many locals use it as daily transportation. We rode the ferry...More
Whenever I come to work in Halifax and want to visit my friends in Dartmouth, I take the ferry at the end of the day. It’s not expensive, reliable, fast and enjoyable. And it means not being stuck in traffic at the end of the...More
Had to take the ferry several times during my stay. I had never taken a ferry before and the process confused me, but the officers there were a great help and very pleasant to talk to. Great experience, definitely recommend as a way into downtown...More
We stayed in Dartmouth this trip and used the ferry to get to Halifax. Way easier that last trip when we stayed up by the citadel and had to walk the hills. The ferry was clean, on time, and left us in the heart of...More
The park and ride at Woodside Terminal, end of Highway 111 towards Eastern Passage, is free of charge but fills up quick with commuters. Alderney Landing is inexpensive, as others have said, and there are some pay-parking... More
The park and ride at Woodside Terminal, end of Highway 111 towards Eastern Passage, is free of charge but fills up quick with commuters. Alderney Landing is inexpensive, as others have said, and there are some pay-parking lots about 5 minutes from Alderney Landing, just off Pleasant Street. The Dartmouth Sportsplex also has pay-parking and is about 10 minutes up the hill from Alderney Landing.