Halifax Seaport & Boardwalk
Halifax, Nova Scotia | $5.49
a GPS-guided audio walking tour
Listen to a tour guide through your smartphone!
Keep the professional tour guide experience, ditch the crowded tour groups, tight schedules and high prices.
Live GPS map shows where you are and where to go next. As you get close, tour guide commentary will automatically play!
On this 2.5 km sightseeing tour, you'll explore the many tourist attractions, historical buildings, artwork & statues that make up this must-see section of the city.
Highlights include the Halifax Farmers Market, CSS Acadia, Halifax Cabling Wharf, Dockyard Clock & more!
Listen to some examples from the tour!
Don't just see the boardwalk, hear what it has to say!
The tour also comes with a fun location based trivia game. After the commentary plays, look at your device and tap your guess at the answer. See your score as you go!
Points of Interest
live GPS map + audio automatically plays
Pier 21: The Canadian Museum of Immigration
Halifax Seaport Farmers Market
Samuel Cunard Monument
The Discovery Centre
The Statue of Women Volunteers
The Emmigrant Statue
The Halifax Boardwalk
Georges Island National Historic Site
The Way Things Are Sculpture
The Market Mall
Pickford & Black Building
The Fountain at Bishops Landing
The Wave Sculpture
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Halifax Cabling Wharf
Nova Scotian Crystal
The Dockyard Clock
Halifax Ferry Terminal
The Privateers' Warehouse
Collins Court & Bank Building
How it Works
hands free + audio
audio tours play based
on GPS location
fun trivia questions
add to the fun
easy navigation with
live GPS maps
professional tour guides
no data used on tour
no signal required
"Bonnie Lavigne is a new Maritimer in love with Nova Scotia. She's visited each stop on her tours personally and is fascinated with the history of this earliest settled part of Canada, the Maritime's natural beauty, the culture and the people."
Hi I'm Don Kinsley, one of your Tripvia Tour Guides. I used to be a kid!...really!...as a former kid in the 1960's, I was one of the first children ever to irritate my parents with the question, "are we there yet?" Yup, you can thank me for that! As I grew older, and less irritating, (OK, so my wife will debate that) I found that the journey IS more important than the destination, that's why I became a Tripvia on-line tour guide!