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What's Included, and How to Get There

We've made sure that all Bucket List Pass experiences are accessible by your Hop On Hop Off ticket! We take the worry of looking up directions, parking or the time to walk away. Simply hop on and off at your desired stops to redeem your pass. The guide onboard that would love to help you plan your day! 


May 17, 2020 - Oct 30, 2020

Hop on board one of our authentic, vintage Double Decker buses for the best way to explore the best of our city. Your ticket provides you with the freedom and flexibility to explore the city on your own schedule. Each Bucket List Pass attraction is easily accessible along the tour route, which makes it even easier tomake the most of your pass. The Hop On Hop Off City Tour offers an easy, convenient, and fun way to get around Halifax! The total loop is 90 minutes, with guaranteed 30 minute frequency at all stops. See the entire route and follow your bus a live bus GPS map here.


1675 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS, B3J 1S3

Phone: 902-420-1015

Hours: 10am - 6pm daily, May 13 - Oct 15


Hop On Hop Off

The Halifax Citadel is anything but a simple museum. Every day, the Citadel comes to life with the sounds and colour of its re-enactment interpreters, the 78th Highlanders and the Royal Artillery. Dressed in the same uniforms that their respective regiments wore in the mid-1800s, the 78th Highlanders guard the Citadel’s entrance and conduct marching and band drills on the parade grounds, while the Royal Artillery fires the Noon Gun every day at 12 pm – a Halifax tradition that is one of the oldest in the world. 


5425 Sackville St, Halifax, NS, B3J 3Y3

Phone: 902-426-5080

Hours: 9am - 5pm daily


Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

A cruise aboard The Tall Ship Silva is the perfect way to fully experience the Halifax Harbour. Passengers will be invited to help the crew hoist the Silva’s sails, enjoy a beverage or two from the onboard Pub, or simply sit back, relax and enjoy a beautiful day out on the water.

Address: 1655 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS, B3J 1S3

Phone: 902-420-1015

Hours: Tours at 2pm & 4:30pm 


PLEASE NOTE: This experience requires advanced booking!

Tall Ship Silva
Sailing Cruise

Explore the wonders of Nova Scotia at the Museum of Natural History. See glittering gold, stunning Mi'kmaq artifacts, sea creatures, frogs, snakes and a whale skeleton. Interact with the Netukulimk exhibit and learn the sights and sounds of Nova Scotia's forests or go to the Moon and Mars with our Science on a Sphere.

Come visit Gus the Gopher Tortoise, who has been delighting Museum visitors for more than 70 years.

In the Nature Lab, Museum Naturalists will introduce you to our live animals and show how they are cared for.

Address: 1747 Summer St, Halifax, NS, B3H 3A6

Phone: 902-424-7353

Hours: 9am - 5pm daily


Museum of Natural History

See and learn about the beautiful and historic sites of Halifax without taking a single step! See the spectacular Halifax Waterfront by Segway® PT. This tour takes you along the Halifax Boardwalk stretching from the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic to the Seaport District.


Highlights: Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, CSS Acadia, HMCS Sackville, Sands at Salter, “The Way Things Are”, Tall Ships Quay, George’s Island, Halifax Seaport.

Address: 1521 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS, B3J 1R9

Phone: 902-880-6630 


PLEASE NOTE: This experience requires advanced booking!

Segway Nova Scotia

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's mandate is to develop a collection, exhibition program, and public program that brings Nova Scotians and visitors in contact with contemporary and historic art that is associated with the province while also introducing art from across the region, the country, and other nations and cultures. Visit the beautiful artworks of famous Nova Scotian artists such as Maud Lewis!

Address: 1723 Hollis Street, Halifax, NS, B3J 1V9

Phone: 902-424-5280

Hours: 10am - 5pm daily


Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

Ask anyone from Nova Scotia what the province’s favorite beer is, and they’re bound to say Alexander Keith’s. You can’t make a trip to Halifax without visiting the famous brewery, founded in 1820. Nowadays, Alexander Keith’s still makes up for every 1 in 3 beers sold within the province.

The brewery is one of the oldest breweries in Canada, built in 1820 and made of ironstone and granite. It’s located on the waterfront of Halifax, and for a small fee you’re able to tour the facilities with some very entertaining guides. Animators in period costume will guide you through Halifax life in 1863, complete with songs and even a few pub games from that time. 

You’ll have plenty of opportunity for beer tasting as well, with at least five regular beers on tap and seasonal brews available when possible. 

Alexander Keith himself is a legend. He was one of those rare, beloved politicians revered by the locals, and he was elected as mayor of Halifax three times. He died in 1873, but every year on his birthday, people visit his grave at Camp Hill Cemetery and pay tribute by leaving behind beer bottles or caps. .


1496 Lower Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Phone: 902-455-1474

Hours: June - Oct: Mon - Sat 12pm - 9pm, Sun 11:30am - 6pm;

Nov - May: Sun - Thurs 11:30am - 6pm, Fri 11:30am - 9pm, Sat 10am - 9pm


PLEASE NOTE: This experience requires advanced booking!

Alexander Keith's Brewery Tour

Located in the heart of Halifax’s waterfront, there’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. 

From small craft boatbuilding to World War Convoys, the Days of Sail to the Age of Steam, the Titanic to the Halifax Explosion, you’ll discover the stories, events and people that have come to define Nova Scotia and its relationship with the sea.

Address: 1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax, NS, B3J 1S3

Phone: 902-424-7490

Hours: 9:30am to 5:30pm daily; 9:30am to 8:00 pm Tuesdays


Maritime Museum
of the Atlantic

The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is located in the national historic site at the Halifax seaport where nearly one million immigrants landed in Canada from 1928 to 1971.  Today, as Canada’s sixth national museum, we share the ongoing story of immigration to Canada—past to present, and coast to coast. Our exhibits immerse visitors in the immigration experience and allow for a deeper understanding of how newcomers shape our country. 

Countless Journeys. One Canada.


Address: 1055 Marginal Road, Halifax, NS, B3H 4P7

Phone: 902-425-7770

Hours: 9:30am - 5:30pm daily


Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

The Discovery Centre is Atlantic Canada's premier science centre, now open in its new state-of-the-art 40,000 sq ft facility on the Halifax Waterfront. Featuring four floors of interactive, hands-on learning experiences including an Immersive Dome Theatre, Innovation Lab and changing featured exhibits throughout the year! 

Address: 1215 Lower Water Street, Halifax, NS, B3J 3S8

Phone: 902-492-4422

Hours: 10am - 5pm daily


Discovery Centre

The Coastal Nature Tour takes passengers to the mouth of the Halifax harbour, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the cliffs of Chebucto Head. It is a stunning view of Nova Scotia's coast! While out on this adventure, the crew will pull a lobster trap from the waters of the Atlantic, and share fun-facts about the East Coast’s most famous crustacean. You’ll learn how to handle a lobster, snapping claws and all, and discover how these sea creatures continue to live and thrive in our waters. 

Address: 1751 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS, B3J 1S5

Phone: 902-420-1015 

Hours: Tours at 3pm daily


PLEASE NOTE: This experience requires advanced booking!

Coastal Exploring
Boat Cruise