Tragedy & Triumph; The Titanic & Halifax Explosion


Ambassatours Gray Line

3790 Mackintosh St


B3M 5A6

Halifax Metro


June 2nd, 2014 to October 15th, 2014


Hear stories of how ordinary people rise above their fears and muster extraordinary courage and strength in the face of danger. Your local guide regales tales of the deadly Halifax Explosion and the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic in a way that stir those storms of emotions within. Be guided by foot through the Fairview Lawn cemetery with history of the people who lost their lives on board of the RMS Titanic back in 1912

Hear about Halifax's war years and the exploits and heroism of the citizens who lived through the devastating Halifax Explosion, the largest man-made explosion prior to the nuclear era. Be engrossed in gripping and inspiring stories of survival, hear details surrounding the distressing task of retrieving the bodies of the Titanic victims and of how they rest for eternity in Halifax.


  • 1 hour tour with a kilted driver/guide
  • Halifax Connection to Titanic
  • Halifax Explosion


  • View Fairview Lawn cemetery, Fort Needham
  • Memorial Bell Towers & Hydrostone

Price:34.50 CAD tax included

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Detailed Information

Coupon: P10131
Conditions: Exclusions; Admissions & Gratuities
Admission: We all have heard and read stories that transport us through tragedy, suspense and triumph where many stories sound like the works of fiction


Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia
Destination Halifax