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Halifax Citadel Regimental Association (HCRA)

The HCRA supports programming at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada. Established on July 10, 1993, it is a non-profit, charitable organization which works in partnership with Parks Canada.The main focus of the HCRA's program is the re-enactment of the 78th Highland Regiment of Foot and the 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery. This extensive living history program runs year-round for visitors to the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada.


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  • Next weekend is Doors Open Weekend! This year we will once again have the Town Clock open for exploration! But new this year we are also featuring the North Front Casemates inside the Citadel! These casemates make a fanatastic location for parties, corporate dinners, weddings and more! Come see us on June 3rd and 4th for more information!

  • Our very popular public ghost tours will be starting on July 6th! But if you can't wait until then you could always book a private ghost tour! Our private ghost tours are offered year round and can be booked any time after the gates close. Call us today to book yours! 902-426-1990

    Halifax Tour Guys Can't wait to show our tour passengers the Halifax Citadel this summer!2017-05-26T15:05:48+0000
    Jennifer Stevens Kelly Clark have you done this tour? I'm not sure if this is the city one though? I know I've done one but not sure if this one is the same one.2017-05-27T13:48:25+0000
    Jennifer Andrews Hudder Aaron Allen this is what James was talking about.2017-05-27T14:17:53+0000


All donations received are used to bring history to life at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada, by hiring young men and women to portray the British Garrison in Halifax at the time of our nation's birth.