The long road to the end of the boardwalk and Pier 21 is a reminder to those first or second-generation Canadians who lost their way on the immigration journey, long and helpless. Fortunately, we were fortunate enough to be the last guest, with an informative and interesting young tour guide, and even used her grandmother's photos as props. I hope we can spend more time and come back.
Sunny is a Chinese-language commentator, and she eloquently leads everyone through the past immigration process and personally experience the bitterness, hope, and struggle history of immigration. The scenes of the past can be vividly remembered. The sound and affection are strong, and the emigration resonance is deeply moving. .. Sunny, good job, come on!
2. Pier 21 is a worthwhile trip, it is worth your experience.
At the same time, the beautiful sea view outside the window is also refreshing and fascinating...
Address: 1055 Marginal Road Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada B3H 4P7
The museum is located by the sea, about 10-15 minutes walk from the city center. Just behind the Westin Hotel, from the Westin Hotel, walk for 2 minutes. The red brick building and a green model train parked next to the museum are very conspicuous and easy to find.
Tickets: Adult Canadian $14.50 including tax, Senior (60 years old and above) Canadian $11.25 Student Canadian $9.25 Junior (6-16 years old) Canadian $9.25 Child (5 years old and below) Free family ticket (including 2 adults + 3 children) Canadian $34.500 (over 3 For children, each additional one + CAD $3.45)
Canada is a country of immigrants, so Immigration Museum is naturally there! Saw a show, the exhibits inside, very good!