Citadel Hill (Halifax Citadel)

Completed in 1856, the Halifax Citadel overlooks the harbour from the highest downtown point. Officially known as Fort George, the Citadel is a national historic site. While entrance to the Citadel itself has a fee, the hill it sits on and the car route around the Citadel can be enjoyed for free.

Click here for a slideshow of the area.

Bordered by Brunswick St., Sackville St., Ahern Avenue, and Rainnie Drive.
N 44.6470 W 63.5800 ( Google Maps - MapQuest - Google Earth )

Trail Maps
Map from Trails Nova Scotia.

Bus Service
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For the entire Halifax-Dartmouth route map click here.
For schedule changes see the Metro Transit website.

Bike Access
On primary bicycle routes with a bike path on Brunswick St.. (Halifax Bike Map)

  • Park benches
  • Garbage cans

    No restrictions posted.

  • Hockamock Citadel (GC8A20)
    To find other geocaches in this area, click here.

    Related Websites
    Parks Canada