Cost : $ 65.00 per person Inclusive (Includes Guide, High Tea, Taxes, Gratuities)
Meet in hotel lobby at 12:45 pm (Short walk from the Hotel)
Dress: Smart casual – Hats optional
Every Year we try to create a traditional High Tea for your enjoyment. This Year we are going to experience one of the oldest buildings in Halifax. The Lord Nelson Hotel is a grand hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is located on the corner of Spring Garden and South Park Streets across from the Halifax Public Gardens. It was built in 1927 by a consortium of investors led by the Canadian Pacific Railway who wanted a Halifax anchor to the chain of hotels operated by its Nova Scotian subsidiary, the Dominion Atlantic Railway. Along with the rival Canadian National Railway’s Hotel Nova Scotian which began the same year, the Lord Nelson was Halifax’s first modern hotel. The hotel was named after Admiral Horatio Nelson, who ironically never came to Halifax in his famous naval career, but whose name stood for naval traditions strongly associated with the heritage of Halifax.