The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

A set of panoramas taken in 2017 at Pier 21, the Museum of Canadian Immigration, located next to the cruise ships piers on the waterfront in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Halifax was the main port of entry for all immigrants arriving in Canada.

The Hall of Tribute on the first floor of the Museum where the visits usually start. Tours will meet at the entrance of the Rudolph P. Bratty Hall. 
The Canadian Immigration Hall is divided in a series of smaller halls allowing visitors to discovery 400 years of Canadian immigration histrory. This is hall # 1.
The Canadian Immigration Hall is divided in a series of smaller halls allowing visitors to discovery 400 years of Canadian immigration histrory. This is hall # 2.
The Canadian Immigration Hall is divided in a series of smaller halls allowing visitors to discovery 400 years of Canadian immigration histrory. This is hall # 3.
The Scotia Bank Family History Centre. Visitors can explore records related to family history and genealogy. Room located on the ground floor next to the main entrance of the museum.