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I think this is the Cemetary that we visited that has the section where the people are buried from the Titanic. The section is make like the deck of a ship and each grave has the number of the person found and name if they could identify person. Very interesting.
We enjoyed walking around this Old Burying Ground, reading the dates and comments on some of the stones. We were there on a drizzly day but the leafy trees protected us a lot. This is a small park. Don't miss the unusual "fountain" - more of a water feature and pretty.
Although there is nothing here of great importance it makes for a delightful half-hour stroll which is much enhanced by the free guided tours of the more interesting head stones.
We had planned to visit this cemetery as part of our walk around Halifax, and we were very pleasantly surprised to find an on-site tour guide, who happily led us around the grounds and shared a great deal of history and information about notable graves (including descriptions about the differences between graves of the rich and the less rich). There... 更多
If you enjoy going back in time via reading old tombstones, this is the place for you. Many of the stones have a story to tell. A visit will provide an understanding of old Halifax.
If you're going to visit the old burying ground, be sure to book a ghost walk with Andy Smith of Tattlle Tours. It's family friendly and takes about 2 hours.
We all need to visit cemeteries once in a while to reflect. This has one of the oldest tombs in north America dating back over 200 years before Canada was a country. I gave it four stars just for that but the grounds were not necessarily kept any better than an other burying grounds.
I visited this site three times in April, and each time it was locked - including on Sunday! From what I could see it looked very cool, but would have been nice to go inside. There is great signage that explains some of the burial sites, which would have been nice to see. I still got some great pictures, and... 更多
Reading the gravestones at this cemetery was really interesting! Some of the lives of those who lived here in the past really come to life!