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Family Fun Halifax is your go-to resource for all things fun and local. From the biggest festivals to the hidden gems, we are on the move and on the lookout for the very best #YHZ has to offer! You can stay up to date by liking us on Facebook and signing up for our monthly newsletter.

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Share The Warmth of Christmas with Santa Parties This Year

Posted on: December 4, 2012

The obligatory Santa photo is an annual tradition for many families. But, here in Halifax spending some time with Santa can bring a little more meaning to our lives. The Halifax Shopping Centre is hosting “Share The Warmth” Santa Parties this holiday season where kids ages 4 to 10 can
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Kartbahn Racing: Indoor Go Karting in Bayer’s Lake

Posted on: November 22, 2012

Indoor Go Karting is a great party or team building experience, and a fun way to drive off steam for the whole family! Kartbahn Racing is Atlantic Canada’s Premier Indoor Karting Facility, fulfilling Halifax’s need for speed for over 14 years. A new fleet of Sodi “Electric” karts will get your
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Aplaydia Indoor Playground

Posted on: November 22, 2012

  APLAYDIA HAS CLOSED. Aplaydia is the place for children up to 9 years old to play all year around.  A two-level soft-play unit equipped with slides, bridges, vertical climbs and tunnels will provide endless fun for children.  A separate toddler area with its own soft play toys and floor toys
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Fairview Lawn Cemetery – Titanic Attraction

Posted on: November 22, 2012

Halifax is full of Titanic lore and sites. One of the favorite is Fairview Lawn Cemetery where victims of the Titanic disaster are buried. A fascinating stop on any historic tour of Halifax and Nova Scotia.   Fairview Lawn Cemetery Contact Info:   Address: Windsor Street and Conaught Avenue, Halifax
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Halifax Harbour Ferry

Posted on: November 22, 2012

The Halifax Harbour Ferry from Halifax to Dartmouth is the longest running ferry in North America, providing service for more than 250 years (wow). This is a short, fun trip that is a great way to get back and forth between attractions on both sides of Halifax Harbour (and cheeper
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Old Town Clock

Posted on: November 22, 2012

The Old Town Clock, as it is now known, was installed in October 1803. It has since become one of the city’s most beloved and familiar landmarks. Nestled in the protective shadow of the Halifax Citadel, it has seen some alterations over the years and was largely reconstructed by Parks
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Point Pleasant Park

Posted on: November 22, 2012

  Point Pleasant Park is Halifax’s destination park.  Many people come to Point Pleasant Park to meet the sea, many come to stroll in the forest on the numerous roads and trails, others come to enjoy the historic landscape and romantic ruins. It is a great place to walk and
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Hope For Wildlife Recovery Centre

Posted on: November 22, 2012

  The Hope for Wildlife Society is a wildlife rehabilitation and education organization based in Seaforth, Nova Scotia. The Society provides rehabilitation and resucue services to injured and orphaned wildlife, operates a wildlife help line, and provides public environmental education programs. The center is an interesting place to learn more about
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Government House

Posted on: November 22, 2012

  Government House of Nova Scotia is the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, as well as that in Halifax of the Canadian monarch. Government House has hosted more than a dozen Royal Visitors in 210 years, some several times. It was a command post during the 1917
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Historic Properties & Halifax Harbourfront

Posted on: November 22, 2012

  You haven’t experienced Halifax till you visit the Historic Properties. Anchoring the city’s downtown core, the district hearkens back to the great Age of Sail, when merchant ships, privateers and naval ships plied the Harbour waters. Seafarers built this city, and the wharves and warehouses that were the base of
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