Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
The Halifax Citadel was declared a National Historic Site in 1952. Today its restored walls welcome all who wish to learn about defining moments in Canadian history.
Explore the history of the four Citadels from 1749 to 1906.
Hometown Heroes commemorates individuals who made unique contributions to Canada's war effort.
The Maroons left an enduring legacy in Nova Scotia. From 1792-1800, they cleared land and constructed Government House and the third citadel.
Get into the holiday spirit with Victorian Christmas crafts.
Try making these favorite Victorian holiday recipes from the Halifax Citadel at home.
The Halifax Defence Complex includes five forts and batteries constructed by the British and Canadian militaries in Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fort McNab...
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