The Halifax Port Authority Administration Building was constructed from 1917 to 1928.
Constructed in 1929, Shed 20 has been used over the years for events such as Word on the Street, DRUM!, and many others and is now home to the LEED certified Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market.
Pier 20 is one of two principle cruise ship berths offering cruise passengers direct ship-to-shore access to HPA's dedicated cruise passenger terminal. Pavilion 20 offers an open, barrier-free space ideal for gather tours.
In 2007, the 70,000 square foot Port Campus opened and houses many of the University's programs including sculpture studios, a wood shop, metal shop, foundry, product design, and ceramics studios. The glass curtain wall along the waterside offers never ending views of Halifax Harbour.
Shed 21 South was constructed in 1928 and after extensively renovated is currently home to NSCAD's Centre for Cultural Technology & Innovation, JDA Architects and NSCCD's Mary E. Black Gallery.
Between 1928 and 1971, 1.5 million immigrants and Canadian military service personnel passed through Pier 21. Today, one in five Canadians has a direct connection to the historic pier. The Canadian Museum of Immigration celebrates Canada's living history and the unique stories of our people.
Pier 22 is one of two principle cruise ship berths offering cruise passengers direct ship-to-shore access to HPA's dedicated cruise passenger terminal. Pavilion 22 is a dockside, vibrant open concept market offering a warm and friendly shopping experience for cruise passengers and locals alike.
Shed 22 was constructed from 1917 to 1928. Plans are underway to transform Shed 22 South from a warehouse to first class office accommodations and retail space.
Built in 1963 this steel frame building, was transformed into our home porting facility - the Cunard Centre. When not in use by cruise ships this facility can be used for special events such as dinners, weddings and trade shows.
Built in 1923 with a second story added in 1955 and was later remodelled in 1998. Tenants include the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, the Cultural Federations of Nova Scotia, the Java Factory, Garrison Brewery and many artisans.