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Halifax: Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 Admission

1. Halifax: Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 Admission

Book in advance and enjoy flexible admission for the Canadian Museum of Immigration. Plan your visit around the weather and your travel schedule with a ticket allowing you to visit within 7 days either side of your booked date. The museum is located on Halifax's waterfront in the national historic site of Pier 21.. Step into the past and experience what it was like to immigrate to Canada. Join a passionate guide for a tour in English or French of the Pier 21 Story Exhibition. Your admission includes access to all exhibitions. Follow the evolution of immigration to Canada in the Canadian Immigration Story Exhibition. Dive into first-hand accounts of newcomers to Canada’s culture, economy, and way of life - from the past to the present. Watch an original 20-minute documentary 'In Canada' for compelling stories of journey and belonging. One of the museum's expert researchers can help you uncover your family's journey at the Scotiabank Family History Centre. You can also shop Canadian treasures at the museum's one-of-a-kind gift shop.

Bay of Fundy: Fundy Trail Parkway Entry Ticket

2. Bay of Fundy: Fundy Trail Parkway Entry Ticket

Explore the amazing Fundy Trail Parkway and see coastal cliffs, roaring tides, and waterfalls. Hike on the many trails, visit the interpretive center and visit two UNESCO-designated sites. Learn about the lumber industry and walk across a 275 ft (84 meter) suspension bridge. Enter the park via the east or west entrance and choose to drive along the 19 mile (30 km) paved parkway where you can see the amazing 820 ft (250 meter) coastal cliffs. There, you can see the amazing view of the Bay of Fundy. Hike along the many trails to explore pristine beaches and estuaries. Also, you can cross a 275 ft (84 meter) suspension bridge and see the waterfalls and geological features. Then, visit the interpretive center to learn about the history of the lumber industry, which used to thrive here. Challenge yourself by hiking on the many hiking trails here. Walk along the Fundy Footpath hiking path, which is one of the top 50 hiking trails in the world. Afterward, go to the lookout points to see the tides, which can be up to 32 ft (9.75 meters) and which can go out as far as 0.3 miles (0.5 kilometers). When hiking, choose between Easy (green circle), Moderate (blue square), and Strenuous (black diamond) hikes, based on your ability. Enjoy the freedom to explore the park at your own pace and according to your own schedule.

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Very easy to follow the guide. Very helpful and knowledgeable staff everywhere. Very good archives. Library helped me find relatives, took the time to do it. Overall great experience. I was an immigrant who came through those doors

Fascinating history. Stories our guide shared were interesting and heart warming. A woman in our group immigrated from Italy in 1960. It was a moving experience for her and an honour for us to meet her.

Every part of the museum goes through in detail what our ancestors experienced. It was a very enjoyable experience.

The young woman who took the time to find my mothers immigration documents was kind and so helpful. Thank you.

Well worth a visit. Loved the photography exhibition and the journey thru time, learnt something new