Fort McNab National Historic Site of Canada

Fort McNab National Historic Site of Canada
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Fort McNab National Historic Site of Canada was once the most powerful military fortification in Halifax. Built in the 1880s, this strategic gatekeeper of the Halifax harbour served as a counter-bombardment battery in both World Wars. Located along the southern tip of McNabs Island, Fort McNab National Historic Site of Canada provides visitors a glimpse into past maritime military history including access to a network of old roads and trails across the island.

Visitors should be prepared with hiking/walking shoes, insect repellent, sunscreen, and plenty of drinking water.

Location (Approximate): 
McNabs Island
Halifax, NS B3K 5M7
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