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Halifax Maritime Museum Excursion Reviews

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Examine an actual deck chair from the Titanic, check out ship models used in World War II, or board the CSS Acadia on a tour of the Maritime Museum.

PierceChristopher

1 review

We went on the Halifax Titanic tour, and the tour guide was great. However, there absolutely wasn’t enough time in the museum. I only saw about 50-60% of what was available to be seen, and had to rush out without even seeing the gift shop. The guide explained everything we were seeing while on the bus, and did a very good jog explaining the Titanic graves. BTW, the tipping etiquette for tour guides is 10-15% of the tour price, if you’re happy with the guide.


Provider: Royal Caribbean International

Phil347

1 review

we did not take the ship tour of the Museum at $119,98 and instead walked the 2 blocks and got in for less than $20.00. It was very nice. We then walked about the piers and and had lunch at the port watching big Navy ships coming in. Lots to do and see, NO NEED for ship tours here


Provider: Independent Operator

ladymadeline

2 reviews

Fabulous. Don't miss it. The Titanic exhibit is great and there is a very good film. Also, the ship's models are incredible. Many of these were built exactly to scale and usually were made for the cruise lines themselves, so they are really well built.

Provider: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

thefazonvacation

1 review

The models of old ships were built beautifully. We really enjoyed the Titanic exhibit.

Provider: Independent Operator

portsideRon

1 review

We went to the museum expecting to see more artifacts from the Titanic and were very disappointed to see just a few. They did have other interesting stuff there but were disappointed overall and would say to visit only if you have some time to kill.

Provider: Independent Operator

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