This festival has one aim – to promote Celtic heritage and culture in Halifax; and this is achieved through dance, ... More
Halifax Celtic Feis
This festival has one aim – to promote Celtic heritage and culture in Halifax; and this is achieved through dance, food, music, visual arts, and literature. This event is a melting pot, where people from all over the world gather to indulge in the rich Celtic culture. The festival includes traditional music recitals, food stalls, workshops, literary works, and arts and crafts - all authentic and conventional. You need to buy tickets for concerts, performances and the Feis Finale, while the other events are free. Stop by and enjoy a little history of the Gaels.
To walk through the iron gates of The Halifax Public Gardens is to step back a century; Canada's first public
gardens have that effect. Since 1867, visitors have enjoyed the flowers, trees, fountains, a pond and winding paths that ...
Located in downtown Halifax, the Four Points by Sheraton Halifax is a newly updated hotel featuring 100% non smoking guest
rooms. It lies approximately 22 miles from Halifax International Airport. The hotel's location allows guests to walk to the ...
In 1786, a small group of Quakers traveled from Nantucket to set up a whaling station in Nova Scotia. They
left behind what is now the oldest house in Dartmouth. The Quaker House has been lovingly restored to its ...