Beautiful flowers and fountains. Glad we made time to go visit the public gardens. Would definitely recommend going.
About Halifax Public Gardens
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A good size public garden in a semi formal Victorian style with a mix of open spaces, trees, flowers in bloom, roses, walkways, and a reasonable number of benches. Also ponds and a few bridges. Recommended as a comfy break from the surrounding traffic.
Absolutely gorgeous, free, and the perfect stop to relax, enjoy the beautiful flowers and history of the gardens.
These Victorian-style public gardens are located in downtown Halifax. Within its gates, you will find a beautiful, peaceful setting -- flowers, trees, bushes, ponds, fountains, etc. There are paths to follow, benches to relax on, and even ice cream to tempt your taste buds. And...More
This little garden covers a full block in the middle of the city and is wonderful way to relax among the gardens. We were impressed with the quiet, even though it was busy and the many places to sit on a bench and relax to...More
The gardens cover about 15 acres in the heart of Halifax. There are a wide range of trees and planted flower beds with plenty of paths and benches from which to enjoy the park. In the center, a large gazebo style bandstand was hosting a...More
Definitely worth a visit. One of the best well kept public gardens we've seen. Though the tea room was just Ok,