Places to stay in Black Point, Nova Scotia
We currently have 13 accommodations in and around Black Point with other regional listings available for Inns, Motor Inns, Campsites, Hotels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Black Point is a community in the Halifax Regional Municipality of Nova Scotia. Local dining options include Dauphinee Inn Restaurant, Shore Club Lobster Supper, Recardo's Take-out, and Kfc - Upper Tantallon.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the community. If you are travelling in the area, Black Point is located close to Bennery Lake, Shinglemill Brook, Run Lake, Oak Point and Bayside.
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Other local Black Point information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -63°58'50.7
- Latitude: 44°39'5.6998
Things to see and do
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Located at 1675 Lower Water Street. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is the marine history division of the Nova Scotia Museum a family of 27 museums operated by the Province of Nova Scotia.
Located at 5415 Doyle Street. Zwicker's Gallery was started 1886 by Judson Zwicker, who operated the gallery for 51 years, and in 1957, the business was assumed by Leroy Zwicker and his wife Marguerite.
Casino Nova Scotia - Halifax
Located at 1983 Upper Water Street. Welcome to Casino Nova Scotia, the number one destination for fun and games in Atlantic Canada! One visit and you'll know why Casino Nova Scotia is the only destination of its' kind in Atlantic Canada, offering guests world-class gaming, great entertainment, fabulous food and first-class accommodations.
Located at 33 Sackville Drive. Fultz House Museum is located at the intersection between Old Sackville Road, Sackville Drive and Cobequid Road in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. The museum is open to the public Monday through Sunday during July and August from 10 am to 5 pm. Fultz House does not charge admission, although donations are always welcome!
Museum of Natural History
Located at 1747 Summer Street. Discover the natural wonders of Nova Scotia all under one roof in the heart of Halifax. Visitors to the Museum of Natural History will have lots to explore in all of our permanent galleries and changing exhibition areas. Check-out the real pilot whale skeleton from Sable Island; there's a life-size model of sei whale and leatherback turtle model overhead too.
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