Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic

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  • Address: 1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax, NS B3J 1S3, Canada
  • Timings: 09:30 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-9024247490
  • Ticket Price: 9 CAD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Observatory, Educational Site, Family And Kids

About Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic, Halifax

The museum showcases Halifax’s rich maritime heritage. It is located on the historic waterfront and is the oldest and largest maritime museum in Canada. The collection of the museum is very extensive and truly explores every aspect of maritime history through the numerous artifacts, photographs and vessels. Popular exhibits include the Days of Sail, the Age of Steam, Small Craft, the Canadian Navy, the Halifax Explosion, and Shipwrecks. There is also a permanent exhibit that gives a detailed account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic with a focus on Nova Scotia’s role in recovering the bodies of the victims, many of whom are buried in cemeteries across the city. There is also a gift shop called the Marine Heritage Store.

Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic Information

  • The Museum is wheelchair accessible, equipped with a passenger elevator and wheelchair accessible stalls in the public washrooms.
  • Wheelchairs are also available to visitors at the Museum’s front desk upon request (limited availability).

Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic Ticket Prices

  • May 1 - Oct 31: $9.25 CAD
  • Nov 1 - April 30: $5.00 CAD
  • Senior (65 +): $8.25 CAD, Nov 1 - April 30 - $4.25 CAD
  • Youth (6 – 17): $5.00 CAD, Nov 1 - April 30 - $3.00 CAD
  • Child (5 and under):Free, Nov 1 - April 30 - Free.
  • Family (Youth under 17 + 2 adults): $24.00 CAD, Nov 1 - April 30-$11.50 CAD

Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic Opening and Closing Hours

  • Heritage Day – Viola Desmond Day 2015 – Monday, February 16th, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm, Free Admission
  • Victoria Day – Monday, May 18- 9:30 am– 5:30 pm.
  • Canada Day – Wednesday, July 1 –9:30 am– 5:30 pm.
  • Natal Day – Monday, August 3 – 9:30 am - 5:30 pm.
  • Labour Day – Monday, September 7 – 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
  • Thanksgiving – Monday, October 12 – 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
  • Remembrance Day – Wednesday, November 11 - 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
  • Christmas Eve – Thursday, December 24 – 9:30 am to 1:00 pm.

How To reach Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic by Public Transport

  • Lower Water St [Northbound] in Front of Civic Address 1601 – Bus No – 90

Restaurants Near Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic

  • McKelvie's Delishes Fishes Dishes
  • The Old Triangle Irish Ale House
  • Murphy's On The Water
  • Ryan Duffy's Steak and Seafood

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  • 95% of people who visit Halifax include Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic in their plan

  • 42.22% of people start their Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic

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  • This is one of my favourite places in Halifax - I've been coming here off and on since around 1987. It's full of natural light, it's completely accessible, the washrooms are modern and clean and the staff are friendly and really approachable. I've taken kids and adults of all ages and mobility levels to this fantastic facility; I've gone on tours and I've walked through it on my own but today I experienced it in a completely different way. Today I went with my kiddo to the March Break interactive program where we stitched canvas, spliced ropes and did some old fashioned wood work. It is an old fashioned, old school, low tech place to unplug and learn.

  • This used to be one of the best places to go for info on the Titanic. For some reason over the years they decided it would be best to get rid of most of the exhibit. Now its a good place to bring your kids to learn how old communication work. And to learn about how our port has developed over the years. There are models of ships.

  • Great Titanic display and very cool to see the historical Canadian Halifax explosion. Good guides he was super chill and had a great beard. Also they have a chill parrot named Marlin and he will talk to u a bunch. Would recommend going

  • What a wonderful experience! Highly recommend stopping here for anyone in Halifax. The exhibits are interesting and well done. Staff is very friendly and helpful.

  • I took my son there for data on a project for the Halifax Explosion. The staff was amazingly helpful and we got lots of pictures! Would go back again just to check out all the cool model ships!

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