Facing South - View from The Cable Wharf towards Tall Ship Silva at Queens Wharf and Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in the background.
The Cable Wharf - once home to working Cable Ships and also housed cables that were laid on the ocean floor allowing for future communications around the world.
The Halifax Waterfront is both a picturesque destination – and Nova Scotia’s most visited location. Sparkling water, a thriving downtown business core, a working port and harbour traffic combine to make this a natural meeting point for locals and tourists.
Waterfront Development aims to harness the potential of our unique waterfront resources by maximizing public access to the water’s edge and creating memorable spaces and experiences that enrich Nova Scotia’s cultural and economic opportunities year-round.