For over 50 years, the Army Museum Halifax Citadel has fascinated and inspired thousands of visitors from around the world. Housed in an actual military fortress, the museum tells the powerful and compelling story of Canada’s soldiers. From the munitions to the medals to the service and sacrifice, no detail is spared. The Army Museum is the story of a nation. On the battlefield and off. Across over a century of conflict. Don’t miss it!

HOURS

May 07 to June 30 - 9 am to 5 pm
July 01 to Aug 31 - 9 am to 6 pm
Sept 01 to Oct 31 - 9 am to 5 pm 

Remembrance Day (Nov 11) 10 am to 2 pm 

Vimy Day (April 9) 10 am to 2 pm

In the 'off-season', private tours of The Army Museum are available for organizations (for a donation of $75) or for individuals (for a donation of $25). Please phone 902-422-5979 to make arrangements. 

LOCATION

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
Cavalier Building (second floor)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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