Getting here by land | Waterfront Development
Access
Here are some additional ways to access our waterfront.

Halifax

Walking & Biking

Walking and biking are popular ways to access and enjoy the Halifax waterfront. Seasonally, you can visit local businesses that offer bike and segway rentals and tours to help you explore the waterfront.

Download the Halifax Waterfront Map PDF

Halifax Transit

Halifax Transit buses also run regularly throughout the downtown core and near the waterfront with multiple stops. Visit Halifax Transit for more information about transit schedules.

Link: Halifax Transit Schedules

 

Bedford

Walking & Biking

Walking and biking are popular ways to access and enjoy the Bedford waterfront.

Download the Bedford Waterfront map PDF

Halifax Transit

Halifax Transit buses also run regularly along the Bedford Highway with multiple stops.

Visit Halifax Transit for more information about transit schedules.
Link: Halifax Transit Schedules

Dartmouth

Walking & Biking

Walking and biking are popular ways to access and enjoy the Dartmouth waterfront. The Harbourwalk Trail is also anchored by two ferry terminals (Alderney and Woodside).

Download the Dartmouth Waterfront map PDF

Halifax Transit

Halifax Transit buses also run regularly throughout downtown Dartmouth and near the waterfront with multiple stops. Visit Halifax Transit for more information about transit schedules.

Link: Halifax Transit Schedules

Lunenburg

Walking & Biking

Exploring this working waterfront by foot is a popular way to access the many points of interest along the way. Seasonally, horse drawn carriages provide a fun way to start and stop a town tour on the waterfront.

There are also a number of biking trails that take you to Lunenburg where you can make your way to the waterfront.

Bay to Bay Trail