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There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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Maritime Museum 12h
Tours we're offering today at the MMA!-JN
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TDIH: (1959) The Saint Lawrence Seaway was opened by Queen Elizabeth II and President Dwight Eisenhower.
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Happy to have you back on the waterfront! -Ian
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Maritime Museum Jun 25
TDIH: (1940) Canadian destroyer, HMCS Fraser sank after colliding with HMS Calcutta in the Bay of Biscay. 47 lives were lost.
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Maritime Museum Jun 24
Enjoy live music with us every Tues at 7 pm for our free support local music! -JN
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My_Waterfront Jun 24
Park it at the Market today! Free Saturday parking until 3pm in Cunard lot
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 24
In 1783, their names written in the "Book of Negroes", Black Loyalists left New York on British ships for Nova Scotia
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 24
Last summer families built and launched their own Bevins Skiff in Halifax Harbour
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 24
The majority of the bodies from were unloaded at the Coal or Flagship Wharf on the waterfront
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 24
Children’s shoes from Body No. 4, the "Unknown Child" buried at Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax
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Maritime Museum Jun 24
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Now identified as the shoes of Sidney Goodwin; see the shoes in our Titanic exhibit and the strong connection to Halifa and Nova Scotia. -JN
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My_Waterfront Jun 24
Free public deck tours today on board Tall Ship . 10-noon + 2-5 Part of our
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Maritime Museum Jun 24
TDIH: (1944) HMCS Haida scored her only u-boat kill of the war after she sent U-971 to the bottom with an assist from HMS Eskimo.
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Maritime Museum Jun 23
TDIH: (1887) The Halifax and West India Steamship Company was founded.
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Maritime Museum Jun 22
House is filling up for Rose Vaughan's CD launch tonight. Admission is by donation to -Ian
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Maritime Museum Jun 22
All ready for Rose Vaughan's CD launch tonight at 8pm at the museum. Admission is by donation to -Ian
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Maritime Museum Jun 22
Congratulations to Rose Vaughan having her CD launch tonight at 8pm at the museum. Admission is by donation to -Ian
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 22
Learn more about the by visiting the exhibit Halifax Wrecked
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 22
Child's cotton handkerchief unchanged from the day it was picked from the ruins of the
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Nova Scotia Museum Jun 22
Hope & Survival Memorial quilt Names hand beaded braille by volunteers. Artist Laurie Swim
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