York Redoubt National Historic Site
301 York Redoubt Crescent
DescriptionYork Redoubt National Historic Site is a 200-year-old fortification on a high bluff overlooking the entrance to the Halifax Harbour, just 14 km / 8.7 mi from downtown Halifax. Established in 1793, it was a key element in the defence of Halifax Harbour during the second half of the 19th century. This National Historic Site is a unique heritage treasure featuring interpretive panels, tunnels, muzzle-loading guns, and a World War II Command Post. Visitors are invited to stroll along the many walking trails, wander among the armament and fortifications and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the Halifax Harbour. Free admission.
Facilities / ServicesParking
Hours Of Operation
Jun 1–Aug 31 8am–8pm, O/S 8am to dusk.
Detailed InformationAdmission: Admission free.
Directions: 14 km from downtown Halifax.
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