Heritage of Halifax Rail Tour
December 2 – 9, 2017 (Toronto Departure)
Reserve your space now to experience the Heritage of Halifax on this 7 day/6 night package roundtrip by rail from Toronto to the Maritimes during the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion.
Start by travelling by train to Montreal to overnight and enjoy a heritage tour the following day. Those on the tour will also enjoy the scenery from Canada’s oldest named passenger train THE OCEAN that travels (through New Brunswick) between Montreal and Halifax. In Halifax and on the East Coast, the package includes visits to museums such as the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Saint Patrick’s Church (that withstood the explosion) heritage exhibit and scheduled ceremonies with their displays and memorials related to the 100th anniversary of the explosion that rocked this city on the Atlantic. The package includes overnight accommodations (1 night each way) on the train, Montreal (1 night) and Halifax (4 nights), visits to the Halifax Citadel, Pier 21, Maritime Command Museum; learn about the community’s connection to the sinking of the RMS Titanic, visit Peggy’s Cove, enjoy a group lobster dinner, and more. Accommodations on the train are in TRAIN BERTHS or TRAIN ROOMS.