Every girl’s favourite season is here: fall. With pumpkin patches, corn mazes, leaves changing colours and Pumpkin Spice lattes galore, what’s not to love? We know the photographer in you wants to capture this beautiful season and share it with your friends, so we’ve rounded up a few of Halifax and Nova Scotia’s prettiest fall spots, guaranteed to rake in the likes on Instagram.

Grab your PSL, your coziest sweater and head out to explore Halifax during its most lush season!


1. Point Pleasant Park

Put together the incredible foliage, the beautiful trees and the sweeping ocean views this park offers, and you've got yourself a landscape that is unparalleled. Bring your dog and a tasty picnic for your next fall Insta!

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2. The Waterfront

This one goes out to anyone still mourning the end of summer - an insta at the hammocks on the boardwalk will make you feel like it's August all over again. Come by at sunset, and the glow of the city combined with the cool, crisp air will get you excited for the best season of the year!

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3. Haunted Hallows of Hammonds Plains

No fall insta feed is complete without at least one spooky picture, and that's where the Haunted Hallow comes in! Located on Hammonds Plains Rd, this hair-raising hike through the woods is not for the faint of heart, but is perfect for those thrill seekers who also care about their #aesthetic.

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4. Seaport Farmers' Market

The Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market knows a thing or two about seasonal decorating, and fall is absolutely no exception. All those pumpkins, gourds, delicious baked goodies and fall flowers provide the perfect backdrop for your perfect insta pic, with the added benefit of being able to take something delicious home with you!

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5. Dal Campus

This one is almost too obvious, yet most of us wouldn't even think of it, considering the fact that we walk through campus almost every day. Most Dal and King's students take for granted the beauty of our campus, with it's ivy covered buildings and beautiful trees all around. If you stop and really look around, you'll realize you don't have to go very far to capture the perfect pic with the perfect fall backdrop.

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6. Frog Pond Park

Considered it's one of the best leaf-peeping (look it up, it's a thing!) locations in Nova Scotia, the bright colours of this park will take your breath away, and inspire you to whip our your iPhone to snap a pic.

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7. Old Burying Ground

Another spooky but beautiful spot is the Old Burying Ground on Barrington St. This cemetery is steeped in history and is bound to give you the chills, but it makes for the perfect insta if you're going for that eerie fall vibe.

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8. The Public Gardens

This one is pretty much a no-brainer. With trees from all around the world, so many nooks and crannies to explore, and a plethora of benches to sit on and take it all in, the Halifax Public Gardens is a perfect oasis in the fall. Make sure to snap a pic here before the Gardens close in November!

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9. Howard Dill’s Pumpkin Farm

What Instagram feed is complete without a pumpkin patch in the fall?! Not only will you get that classic fall shot, but you can also take home a pumpkin of your own! Fun fact about Dill's Pumpkin Farm: they have some of the largest pumpkins in the world!

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10. Noggins Corner Farm Market

Noggins Farm is your ultimate fall trip: you have the corn maze, apple picking, a pumpkin patch, hay bales and so many opportunities to take the perfect insta - you'll have trouble choosing just one picture.

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11. Kearney Lake

If you're more the outdoorsy type, and your perfect fall insta features you, your kayak and the crystal clear lake under you, head over to Kearney Lake and be swept away by the quiet beauty of nature all around you, while engaging in whatever paddle sport you choose.


12. Annapolis Valley

Finally, take a drive through the Valley and be exposed to so many different fall #views, like apple orchards, pumpkin farms, fishing villages, fall festivals, and beautiful farm lands, all while surrounded by the stunning colours of the trees all around you.

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