Halifax: Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 Admission
- Walk in the footsteps of Canada's immigrant ancestors
- See compelling, personal stories in an original 20-minute documentary
- Follow the evolution of immigration to Canada and dive into first-hand accounts
- Explore the Pier 21 Story exhibition with the help of a passionate guide
- Come for the experience and leave with a connection - these stories are your stories
The museum is located on Halifax's waterfront in the national historic site of Pier 21.. Step into the past and experience what it was like to immigrate to Canada. Join a passionate guide for a tour in English or French of the Pier 21 Story Exhibition.
Your admission includes access to all exhibitions. Follow the evolution of immigration to Canada in the Canadian Immigration Story Exhibition. Dive into first-hand accounts of newcomers to Canada’s culture, economy, and way of life - from the past to the present. Watch an original 20-minute documentary 'In Canada' for compelling stories of journey and belonging.
One of the museum's expert researchers can help you uncover your family's journey at the Scotiabank Family History Centre. You can also shop Canadian treasures at the museum's one-of-a-kind gift shop.
- Admission to Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
- Guided tour of the Pier 21 Story Exhibition
- Viewing of the 20-minute documentary 'In Canada'
- Access to all permanent and temporary exhibitions
Prepare for the activity
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier21, 1055 Marginal Rd, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Present the barcode on your voucher to the staff at the ticket counter to be scanned. The Museum is located on the waterfront in downtown Halifax, nearby to the Garrison Brewery, Halifax Seaport Farmer’s Markets, and Halifax Boardwalk.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Food and drinks
- Pets (assistance dogs allowed)
• Guided tours are available daily in English and French at varying times
• A flexible voucher redemption policy means you can visit any time 7 days either side of your booked date
• No admission required to access the Scotiabank Family History Centre or Gift Shop