Visit Top Attractions near our Hotel in Downtown Halifax
Stay at the Radisson and enjoy all the sights and sounds of the historic Halifax waterfront, located just steps away. Our hotel is located in the heart of downtown, putting you close to great shopping and a variety of waterfront activities. Take a harbour cruise, explore historic Pier 21 or just take a stroll along the beautiful waterfront. The Radisson is within walking distance of several popular attractions, including the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Neptune Theatre.
During your stay at our hotel in downtown Halifax, visit these attractions:
- Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum (19.7 miles)
If you're interested in aircraft and aviation artifacts, you won't want to miss this unique museum.
Phone: +1 (902) 873-3773
- Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (0.5 miles)
Considered one of the best art galleries in the region, this gallery contains local, regional, folk and international work.
Phone: +1 (902) 424-7542
- Halifax Citadel National Historic Site (0.5 miles)
Visit this imposing stone fort and experience beautiful views of downtown Halifax and the harbour.
Phone: +1 (902) 426-5080
- Halifax Shopping Centre (3.0 miles)
Shop at more than 170 stores, including Wal-Mart, Pier One and small boutiques.
Phone: +1 (902) 453-1752
- Maritime Museum of the Atlantic (0.1 miles)
Nova Scotia's maritime history comes to life at this waterfront museum. Don't miss the Titanic exhibit, significant because more than 100 victims of the disaster are buried in Halifax cemeteries.
Phone: +1 (902) 424-7490
- McNab's Island (7.9 miles)
Explore the trails on this quiet island, and you'll think that you're hundreds of miles from civilization.
Phone: +1 (902) 465-4563 (ferry)
- Neptune Theatre (0.4 miles)
Experience live theatre when you attend one of the Neptune's exciting productions, which range from political dramas to musicals.
Phone: +1 (902) 429-7300
- Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History (1.0 mile)
Visit this museum to learn more about Nova Scotia's animals, plants and native culture.
Phone: +1 (902) 424-7353
- Pier 21 (0.8 miles)
Pier 21, now restored to its original appearance, was the first stopping point for more than one million immigrants who came to Canada between 1928 and 1971.
Phone: +1 (902) 425-7770
- Public Gardens (0.6 miles)
The Public Gardens have showcased lovely Victorian landscaping since 1875.
- St. Paul's Anglican Church (0.6 miles)
Visit Canada's oldest Protestant church, the first Anglican church founded outside Great Britain.
Phone: +1 (902) 429-2240