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Seaview Memorial Park

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Seaview Memorial Park

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100 Africville Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada
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Ray P wrote a review Aug 2019
Ipswich, United Kingdom943 contributions295 helpful votes
Situated by the waterside this is a large park which houses the monument to where Africville stood before it was razed to the ground. Adjacent to the museum this is not on a tourist route as such and whilst there is really only this in the vicinity it is a tranquil place to stroll through and enjoy, and offers a view of the underside of the MacKay bridge.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Art H wrote a review May 2019
Dartmouth, Canada854 contributions213 helpful votes
I looked down on Seaview Park every time I crossed the bridge, but have never visited it. The park itself isn't much with a few short waling trails, but its location is beautiful providing views of the bridge soaring above and Bedford Basin alongside. I'm happy I finally made it for a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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easterntreker wrote a review Oct 2016
Halifax, Canada3,490 contributions685 helpful votes
This is an important part of our black cultural heritage. This is where Africville once stood before the whole black community was relocated to make room for the MacKay Bridge. A sad part of our history . It is a peaceful area now and lovely to stroll or stop for a picnic.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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dgg123 wrote a review Aug 2015
Halifax, Canada1,482 contributions1,550 helpful votes
We went to pay our respects and to see the Church and to reflect on what happened here and the life of the Community is still so strong to this day. The views are excellent and it is worth the time too see.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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GVWStonegate wrote a review Jul 2015
Halifax, Canada85 contributions22 helpful votes
This very underutilized park located in the north end of Halifax on the bedford basin is a true diamond of a place to visit. take a picnic lunch and lounge under a tree with breath taking views of the Bedford Basin or simply walk its short paths and enjoy the serenity of a park dedicated to the Black community of Africville Long since destroyed to make way for the MacKay Bridge development. This park is not limited to the seaside of the basin , but extends across the road and up the hill on the other side of the highway where there are elevated views of the basin and land extending along the Bedford Highway into Bedford. An absolutely unused jewel that is peaceful and elegant. There is an outhouse on site and a play area for children. This was once the most popular dog park in Halifax and you will see why when you visit. A wonderful place to visit any time of the year.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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