We recently visited Halifax between July 25-29, 2019. Our first stop was the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. The main purpose of the visit was to tour the recently refurbished HMCS Sackville, the world’s last remaining Flower Class Corvette that served Canada during WWII. My interest in HMCS Sackville was primarily because my late Father had served on her. In addition to the Sackville Exhibit, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic contains outstanding exhibits detailing the history of the December 6, 1917 Halifax Explosion and Halifax’s connection with the April 1912 sinking of the Titanic and recovery of victims. There are many other exhibits, but the one’s mentioned were long-time interests of mine. Exhibits are logically and professionally presented. Sincere thanks to volunteer guide Tim Friese who graciously provided my family with a personal tour of the Battle of the Atlantic exhibit and HMCS Sackville once he learned of our family connection. Tim is a passionate expert regarding all matters relating to Canada’s contribution to the Battle of the Atlantic and is an asset to the Museum. It is a must visit while in Halifax.