Shop in Halifax
Collected by Lisa Cheng , AFAR Contributor
1526 Queen St, Halifax, NS B3J 2H8, Canada
This series of vintage stores housed in pastel-hued buildings is a thrift-shop-lover's dream, where you can dig for designer duds on the cheap. Among some of the treasures: cardigans, feathered hats and sequined tops.
1479 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1R9, Canada
This shop, which is within walking distance of the cruise port, turns out many artisanal confections that you can easily pack in your suitcase (in large quantities, if necessary). Small batches of chocolate are made in copper kettles. The finished...
5670 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, NS B3J 1H6, Canada
It's hard to believe you won't find something to purchase in this shopping district, which is chockablock with everything from handicraft and home-décor boutiques to vintage and apparel shops. There's a strong mix of familiar brands (Roots,...
1479 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS, Canada
The recipe for this Nova Scotia specialty was concocted in the 1920s as a way to smuggle booze past the authorities during the Prohibition era. The moist confection comes in several flavors, such as chocolate and mango, and is drenched in rum from...
1675 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1S3, Canada
This clothing company produces gear with logos tied to Halifax's history, with garments ranging from T-shirts and crew neck sweaters to aprons and hoodies. The quirky, unique designs reference local industries and traditions. Once you find what...
5515 Young St, Halifax, NS B3K 1Z7, Canada
This collection of stores and cafés is part of a planned neighborhood built after a 1917 collision between two ships, one of which carried explosives, blew up and destroyed parts of the city, an event known as the Halifax Explosion. Along this...
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