Titanic & Peggys Cove - 7 hours - $350 for minivan and tour operator
Tours are private and are priced per vehicle.
A tour of the R.M.S Titanic tragedy sites associated with Halifax including
narration and opportunities for photography.
You will visit three cemeteries that have one hundred and fifty
Titanic tragedy victim burials and one cemetery that has one Titanic
tragedy survivor burial. Also, you will visit seventeen to twenty-two
other sites where you may get out of the vehicle and photograph,
At the entrance to St. Margaret's Bay is the village of Peggys Cove. It is a working fishery village, a famous tourist attraction, and one of the most photographed locations in Canada.
At Peggys Point there has been a lighthouse since 1868. The present lighthouse was built in 1914.
A famous resident of Peggys Cove was William de Garthe, an artist and sculptor. He created a 30m/100' carving in the granite out-crop in his yard that took ten years and depicts the fishery and the legendary Peggy-of-the-Cove.
Nearby is a memorial to the deaths from an airline tragedy in 1998 in which all 229 passengers and crew died.
Peggys Cove is fifty to sixty minute travel from Halifax. Time at Peggys Cove is approximately sixty minutes. While at Peggys Cove will have time on your own and we may visit some other points on interest (time permiting).
BrucesTours: Your private Cruise Ship Shore Excursion Operator in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.