St. Paul's Anglican Church
St. Paul's Anglican Church*

1749 Argyle St, Halifax, NS - 902-429-2240
Founded in 1749, this was the first Anglican cathedral built outside of England and is the oldest building in Halifax. The “Ghost Window” and piece of wood embedded in an interior wall are ...

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St. Paul's Church (Anglican)*

1749 Argyle Street, Halifax, NS - 902-429-2240
The oldest Protestant place of worship in Canada. Provides a parish history, general information including service times, events, location, contacts, more.

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The Little Dutch Church
The Little Dutch Church*

2393 Brunswick St, Halifax, NS - 902-423-1059
The Little Dutch ("Deutsch") Church is the oldest Lutheran church in Canada. Bought as a log house in 1756 by German settlers, the building was extended and given a steeple for its consecration ...

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Thomas McCulloch Museum*

1355 Oxford St, Halifax, NS - 902-494-2785
Exhibit of mounted birds of Nova Scotia prepared over 150 years ago by Thomas McCulloch, first principal of Dalhousie College; collection of lifelike ceramic mushrooms created by Alma and Ernst ...

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Waverley Heritage Museum*

2463 Rocky Lake Dr, Waverley, NS - 902-861-1463
Waverley Heritage Museum is located in the old St. John the Baptist Anglican Church building (c 1861) in the Village of Waverley in the Halifax Metro region. The museum chronicles Waverley’s ...

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William E. deGarthe Memorial Monument
William E. deGarthe Memorial Monument*

109 Peggy's Point Rd, Peggys Cove, NS - 902-823-2256
William E. deGarthe carved this “lasting monument to Nova Scotian fishermen” on a 30-metre (100-feet) long granite outcropping situated behind his house in Peggy’s Cove along the South Shore. ...

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