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If you want to slip, slide and splash around this summer, you're in the right place. A huge inflatable water park near Halifax is reopening soon and you can bounce on a massive unicorn floaty!

Splashifax is a floating water park where you can swim around, take a drop, or try out different obstacles on Little Lake near Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, just over an hour from Halifax.

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Your holidays just got a whole lot sparklier! Glow Gardens in Halifax is one of the world's biggest winter lights festivals and it's the perfect place to countdown to Christmas.

Between November 24 and January 2, the Halifax Exhibition Centre will be transformed into a magical indoor exhibition featuring a million sparkling lights, gorgeous festive decor and a quirky winter market as well as food, beverages and entertainment.

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If you happen to live on Canada's east coast or are planning a trip there this fall, this stunning gondola ride is definitely a stop you'll want to make.

Located just over 5 hours from Nova Scotia's capital of Halifax, you'll find Atlantic Canada's first and only gondola ride.

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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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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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