Three days in Halifax gives you enough time to enjoy the town itself—its history, heritage, and modern culture—but also experience some of the highlights of Nova Scotia, including Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, or the Annapolis Valley wine country.
Halifax City Hall
1841 Argyle St, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax City Hall fronts Duke Street, between Barrington and Argyle. It is open daily, during business hours, except for weekends and holidays.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are the nearest attractions to Halifax City Hall?
What else should I know about attractions in Halifax?
- St. Paul's Anglican Church
- Province House
- Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market
- Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
- Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
- Alexander Keith's Brewery
- Government House
- Spring Garden Road
- Halifax Public Gardens
- Halifax Cruise Port
- Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
- Halifax Harbour
- Point Pleasant Park
- Fairview Lawn Cemetery
- Old Town Clock