We encourage our guests in the Carriage House to explore our farmers markets for local produce and foods. There is also a large variety of shopping choices from nearby major malls
- Halifax Seaport Farmers Market
- Halifax Farmers Market
- Dartmouth Farmers Market
- MicMac Mall
- Dartmouth Crossing
Hydrostone District Hydrostone Market, 5515-5547 Young St.
Along with the human tragedy of 1917’s Halifax Explosion (see Fort Needham Memorial Bell Tower), 325 acres- almost all of north-end peninsular Halifax-were destroyed. Rebuilding began immediately after and included 328 houses in the area bordered by Young, Agricola, Duffus and Gottingen streets. The houses were built from “hydro-stone” cement blocks and–unusually for the time–had treed gardens in front, and modern plumbing and electricity. This area, known as the Hydrostone, is still considered one of the more desirable residential areas of Halifax and has recently been declared a National Historic Site. Check out the shops of the Hydrostone Market
Historic Properties 1869 Upper Water Street
The Historic Properties are located on Halifax’s waterfront and represent Canada’s oldest surviving group of waterfront warehouses. The restored buildings dating back from 1800 to 1905 now offer unique specialty shops and boutiques, excellent restaurants and bars, boardwalk and entertainment. The Historic Properties are open year-round.