A fascinating museum, both in the main building and also on the Acadia ship outside in the harbour.
Learned about the harbour explosion, though it took some digging to find out more about the 2000 who were killed.
We weren’t fussed by the Titanic exhibition, where all the displays were closer together than anywhere else in the museum for some reason, so it was really crowded, especially with the ‘just off the cruise ship for the day’ folks in.
Seemed to be making the most of the fact that Halifax was the nearest place when the liner sank.
Cunard display was brilliant, as was Days of Sail, especially the creaking deck and moving backdrop on a cabin, which almost convinced us we were actually on a ship.