As of Monday, October 3, 2016, the Queen’s Marque site will be closed to prepare for the district’s development. Some changes will occur due to this exciting progression towards construction.
The Queen’s Landing parking lot (1707 Lower Water Street) will close on Monday, October 3rd. The Cable Wharf parking lot (1751 Lower Water Street) will close in early October.
Hourly, daily, and overnight parking is still available in other Waterfront Development Lower Water Street lots including Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Foundation Place, Salter, Bishop’s Landing, and Cunard. As well, various other waterfront and downtown parking options exist (click here for map). For monthly parking options in the downtown core, contact The Armour Group for more information and pricing at firstname.lastname@example.org or (902) 422-4424.
It has been a busy summer on the Halifax Waterfront and this weekend is a good time to visit Queen’s Landing as the season winds down. Murphy’s the Cable Wharf seasonal Harbour Hopper boat tours will continue to run until October 31. Find out more at their Company Store on the waterfront, Harbour Hopper kiosk, which will be located at Sands at Salter, or online. There is also still time for a Segway ride, bike ride with I Heart Bikes and kayak experience with Kayak Halifax. And a visit to the seasonal Stubborn Goat Beer Garden is a must.
Amos Pewter will be setting up a new location nearby in Historic Properties and NovaScotian Crystal, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Bishop’s Landing, and Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market are all open year round.
Take in the event season with Halifax favourites such as Halifax Oyster Festival, Nocturne Art at Night, City Harvest, and the Halifax Lights Holiday Market at Historic Properties.