Also known as Privateer’s Wharf, the Historic Properties are a series of warehouses located along the waterfront. It has 10 of the oldest buildings in the city in fully restored glory some of which are,
- Pontac House (Great Pontack Halifax)
- Privateer Warehouse (c.1790)
- The Red Store (c. 1812)
- King’s Warehouse built (1831) - (now The Carpenter Shop)
- Wooden Storehouse / Loft
- Collins Bank/ Simon’s Warehouse (1854)
- Pickford and Black Building (1830)
A major tourist hotspot, the area is filled with numerous specialty boutiques, restaurants, nightclubs, bars and entertainment. Those interested in architecture will appreciate these heritage-listed properties constructed during the Napoleonic Wars. It is the perfect place to do some shopping, stroll through history and grab a bite all in the course of a single, leisurely afternoon.
How to Reach Historic Properties
- Water St Terminal Bus No – 2, 4, 5, 6, 82, 90
- Ferry - Halifax Ferry Terminal
- Baton Rouge
- Stayner's Wharf Pub & Grill
- The Lower Deck
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37.43% of people who visit Halifax include Historic Properties in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
28.67% of people start their Historic Properties visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Historic Properties
61.26% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Historic Properties