atlantique, atlanticAre you looking for things to do in Atlantic Canada? Find our scavenger hunts in cities across New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Our first Tourist Scavenger Hunt here launched in Halifax and Moncton in 2018. Sydney/Cape Breton and Fredericton followed in 2019.

Our tours

Halifax #1 Gardens, #2 Cruise Terminal

Walk from the Halifax Public Gardens to the Citadelle, down next to the Parliament and City Hall to the waterfront. Continue towards the Cruise Terminal and Train Terminal, and back to your start locating as you walk through the university campus.

Two versions will soon be available! #1 “Gardens” starts at the Halifax Public Gardens#2 “Port” starts at the Port of Halifax. We are now working on #2.

Sydney Cape Breton #1 City Hall, #2 Cruise Terminal

Walk from City Hall along the waterfront to the Cruise terminal, seeing several monuments along the way. Make your way into the old town to see a few historical houses and churches. End

2 versions are available, both going to the same locations, but with different challenges: #1 starts at City Hall; #2 starts at the Port of Sydney cruise terminal.


Walk from the City Hall to Resurgo Place, while also stopping by Riverfront Park of course! See several old churches, historic houses, and theatres as you make your way through the city.


Walk the city first from the Convention Center to Parliament. See several old churches, the public market, City Hall, Science East, and much more.

A Tourist Scavenger Hunts is a 2-3 hour self-guided walking tour with instructions through our mobile website on your smartphone. You’ll learn the history of a city or neighborhood, and the significance of various sites, monuments, and historical figures. Also, you’ll enjoy solving our various challenges at almost every stop along the way.

Further, they all end within a few blocks of their starting point. Indeed, you’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between 2 stops. However, this isn’t a race. Take as much, or as little time as you want. Each one is available in English and in French.

Stop looking for things to do in Atlantic Canada and try our tourist scavenger hunts!

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