The Fultz House Museum

Fultz House is one of the earliest houses in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia and the community's only museum. The Fultz House museum was opened in1960s. It has served as a gathering place for teas, Canada Day celebrations, and other community events. Read More

Black Cultural Centre

The Black Cultural Centre serves as a museum and a library resource center for the African Nova Scotian community and the Black Canadian community as a whole. The centre is located Cherrybrook, Nova Scotia near Halifax. Read More

Peggys Cove

Peggys Cove is officially known as the Peggys Point Lighthouse which is one of the busiest tourist attractions in Nova Scotia. It is also the community's renowned lighthouse marks the eastern entrance of St. Margarets Bay. Read More

Fairview Cemetery

Fairview Lawn Cemetery is located in the North End of Halifax and is a best known Canadian cemetery that considered the final resting place for above one hundred victims of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Read More

Prince of Wales Tower National

Prince of Wales Tower National was built to prevent the enemy’s attack. In 1792, The forts and batteries were erected around Point Pleasant Park. The intention was to prevent enemy ships from getting into the Halifax Harbour or into the North West Arm, which runs behind the west side of the city. Read More