Halifax looks forward to welcoming delegates of the International Congress of Maritime Museums in September! Here you will find a dedicated page for delegates that will outline everything you'll need to know to make the most of your visit to our seacoast city.
Halifax is cultured and compact, merging the easygoing with the go-getting. Sunrise to sundown, there's always more to discover. From the adventurous to the relaxing, and the just plain magical, it's no wonder we have one of the highest conference attendance rates in Canada.
Be sure to explore the rest of the website to learn all about what Halifax has to offer. From must-see attractions to outdoor adventures, it's all here for you.
Getting Here & Getting Around
Halifax is so easily accessible by air, land and sea; you’ll be here before you know it!
Halifax Stanfield International Airport is Atlantic Canada’s centre for domestic, regional and international flight service offering direct flights to and from other Canadian cities, major city centres in the U.S., as well as the UK and Continental Europe.
Show your Badge
Our “Show Your Badge” program helps gives your delegates the warmest of welcomes to our city. Simply show your badge at participating local businesses, and earn special offers. From local food tours to souvenirs, to local experiences, you’ll save on the best the city has to offer! We'll be updating participating partners shortly, so check back soon!
Come Early, Stay Late
There is so much to experience in Nova Scotia, Canada, why come just for the conference when you can come early and stay late to discover our stunning province! Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, beautiful scenery, fresh seafood, local cuisine and wine, an urban experience or something off the beaten path, Nova Scotia offers lots to do, see and experience.
The 2022 ICMM Congress business sessions will take place at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is Canada’s sixth national museum and only the second located outside of the National Capital Region. The Museum collects, shares and pays tribute to the Canadian immigration story. The Museum’s rich history, breathtaking harbour views and unique spaces make for an ideal setting for events of all types.