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14 Bells Fine Art Gallery

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5523B Young St Hydrostone Market, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 1Z7 Canada
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Kuma L wrote a review Dec 2018
Halifax, Canada167 contributions44 helpful votes
On a recent visit to Halifax, my husband and I discovered 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery in the heart of the trendy Hydrostone Market in the city's north end. The gallery is located on the second floor of a historic building, constructed as a result of the Halifax Explosion. The gallery's beautiful, sunlit space is adorned by the work of several talented Canadian artists, many of them local. The gallery owner is an absolute delight and very knowledgeable. She made our visit a pleasant one. This gallery is not to be missed! Enjoy lunch at one of the several fabulous restaurants in the area, then make your way to the gallery. It will be the highlight of your day!
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