The H.M.C.S. Sackville is the last surviving Flower-class corvette and is now a museum ship. It is a highly visited tourist attraction during the summer months in Halifax. It has served both as a wartime vessel as well as a civilian research vessel. The ship was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada. The ship honors the memory of those who lost their life during the Second World War and commemorates Canada’s wartime efforts.
H.m.c.s. Sackville Travel Tips
- Be sure to stop at the gift shop near the ship.
- Tickets are available for a combination price with the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
Entrance Ticket Details For H.m.c.s. Sackville
- Senior/Youth - $2.00 CAD; Family - $10.00 CAD; Children under 6 - free.
H.m.c.s. Sackville Hours
- Jun–Oct at Sackville Landing: 10am–5pm.
- Nov–May at HMC Dockyard: By appointment Only.
How to Reach H.m.c.s. Sackville
- Lower Water St [Northbound] in Front of Civic Address 1601 – Bus No 90
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53.25% of people who visit Halifax include H.m.c.s. Sackville in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
43.75% of people start their H.m.c.s. Sackville visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see H.m.c.s. Sackville
76.28% of people prefer walking in order to reach H.m.c.s. Sackville