Halifax is a city filled with nightlife as well as plenty of activities and attractions. The map on the left is scaleable. You can zoom in closer to find the names of local establishments you seek to find including restaurants, bars, nightclubs, fast food, and entertainment.

Some of the establishments in the immediate vacinity (within one block) of the Prince George Hotel include:

The Keg Steakhouse
The Midtown Tavern
Grafton Street Dinner Theater
Freeman's Little New York
Tony's Donair & Pizza
Eastside Marios
The Wooden Monkey
Cheers Bar & Grill
Five Fisherman
The Auction House
The Dome
Taboo Night Club
Halifax Alehouse
Halifax Sports Bar & Grill
Scotiabank Centre (Halifax International Tatoo)

...and many, many others (see on map) well within walking distance, 1 - 2 blocks away.

Along with activities and attactions close to the hotel such as the International Tatoo, Ribfest, and Canada Day weekend celebrations, there are also other points of interest relatively close by. Visit Point Pleasant Park, take a rickshaw to the Halifax waterfront, take the ferry to Dartmouth, take a tour of the Halifax Citadel, visit Peggy's Cove, or visit some of the local musiums and galleries. Halifax is a relatively compact city with lots to see.

NEW: The Committee has negotiated a 15% discount on all Ambassatour tours in Halifax from now until June 30. Visit their website for more information. If you wish to book early, email NSFFBTS Treasurer, Jim Benoit, for the promo discount code. Their will also be a brochure in your bag at registration.