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This Breathtaking Holiday Light Festival Will Illuminate Halifax Next Month

Nova Scotia is getting litty.

The holidays are not cancelled in Nova Scotia where you can find the best Christmas lights in Halifax at Glow.

About a million lights will take over the exhibition centre and it will be transformed into a wonderland filled with giant glowing sculptures.

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You Can Explore An Island Of Historic Underground Tunnels Off Of Halifax Until September

It's open to visitors on the weekends.

Here's something fun to do outdoors! With Georges Island in Halifax open to the public starting this month, you can explore the historic site's underground tunnels that used to store ammunition. Visitors can go to the island only on the weekends though.

Located in Halifax Harbour, Georges Island is a national historic site that was once used as a site for seaward defences in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Trail In Nova Scotia Leads You Down 235 Steps To A 20ft Volcanic Rock Balancing On A Cliff

It's like magic.

How stunning is this spot? Balancing Rock Trail in Nova Scotia leads you to a 235-step staircase that takes you down to a 20-foot tall rock that's balancing over the ocean on a cliff. It's a natural wonder!

In Digby County, Nova Scotia, this 1.7-kilometre trail leads to a breathtaking view at the edge of the water.

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This Bookstore In Nova Scotia Is Full Of Kittens & You Can Bring One Home

Paradise for bookworms and cat-lovers! 😻📚

Book lovers all know the joy you can get from buying books. Some bookstores are so charming that you wish you could stay there reading that vintage book you've been dying to start. For all you bookaholics, you'll want to check out this shop in Canada. This Nova Scotia bookstore has kittens that live there, and you can even adopt one to bring home.

Otis & Clementine's Books And Coffee is a heavenly stop for bookworms and cat-lovers alike. Located in Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia, this fantastic retail space is worth the drive to visit.

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9 Festive & Free Things To Do In Halifax This Winter If You’re Broke

Being cold can be free AND fun!

Going into the holiday season, it's normal for many people to feel extra tight on cash. Let's face it — the Christmas season can be expensive between all the decor and gifts you need to buy. Not to mention the Christmas food and treats that complete any holiday. But just because you don't have any extra spending money, doesn't mean you can't still have fun. There are lots of free things to do in Halifax this winter if you're broke.

To have fun on a budget this winter, you'll want to enjoy all the free festive celebrations happening around Halifax. There's a tree lighting ceremony, holiday parades, homes covered in twinkling lights to admire, and even firework shows that you can enjoy, all without spending a dollar.

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8 Halifax Thrift Stores Where You Can Update Your Fall Looks For Cheap

"Old" clothes, new looks!

Fall is here, so it's definitely time to update your wardrobe. Now that temperatures are dropping, it's essential to add some cozy sweaters and thick jackets to your fall wardrobe. If you're on a tight budget, a good way to stock up on fall clothes is to go thrift shopping. So skip the mall and head to some thrift stores in Halifax this autumn for your fall clothing haul.

No matter your clothing style, if you're willing to do a bit of searching, you can find some low-cost clothing. You can head to your nearest thrift store this fall for a fun day of shopping. Part of the thrill of thrift shopping is discovering all sorts of unique finds to add to your closet. Plus, with the extra money you save on clothes, you can put it towards some extra pumpkin spice lattes or some incredible fall activities instead.

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