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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.

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The museum is very complete and it shows both sides of immigration in Canada - how it has helped people, without dismissing that it is not easy for everyone. As an immigrant in Canada, I was very moved by it. Highly recommended.

Very interesting. Well laid out and easy access. Informative and knowledgeable guide ( Bill). Movie was very good. No refreshments (Cafe) available but lots of places nearby.

Found my relatives back to early 1800s. My husband came through in December 18 1953. Was interesting to him as he was only 4 years old when he arrived in Canada.

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.