Things to see and do - Dartmouth
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Dartmouth Travel guide
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Site of a large naval dockyard and research centre, Halifax’s sister city has a pleasant waterfront with shop-lined streets descending to it. Because of the presence of 23 lakes within its city limits, Dartmouth is called the City of Lakes. Settled in 1750, it attained official town status in 1873. Growth was gradual until the construction of the Angus L. MacDonald Bridge in 1955. The 1970 A. Murray MacKay Bridge, at the mouth of the Narrows, spawned additional development. Connected to Halifax by two bridges, Dartmouth is serviced by the oldest continual saltwater ferry service in North American.
Tourist attractions Dartmouth : Things to see and do
57 Ochterloney St.
A short stroll from the ferry terminal, this heritage house is the sole survivor of 22 dwellings built for a group of Quaker whalers who moved to the province from New England in 1785. Its shingled exterior with paned windows is typical of the houses..
1149 Main St
This sizable museum, library and meeting hall opened in 1983 to foster the province's black history and culture. Exhibits cover early migration and settlement, military service, religion and community. There is a memorial to naval hero William Hall (..
101 Wyse Road CDN - Dartmouth NS B3A 1L9
Located just 1 km from the Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, this Nova Scotia hotel offers free WiFi and a full service restaurant. Each room here includes cable TV, coffee making facilities and a desk. Select rooms feature a balcony. Guests will find a hai..