A Vibrant District
A new district in an iconic and historic neighbourhood with unprecedented ocean access – so close, you can touch it. Queen’s Marque is distinctly local, with dining, retail, an extensive art collection and cultural spaces that invite visitors and locals alike to connect with this place and each other.
Art at Every Turn
As guests wander through Queen’s Marque, they will experience many thoughtful sculptural, photographic and mixed-media tributes to the region. These include “Tidal Beacon” by Ned Kahn, an iconic 40-foot art installation rising above the Halifax harbour, “Sail” by Edoardo Tresoldi, a 21-foot high art installation sitting on the edge of the boardwalk and “The Siren’s Calling”, an original commissioned work by acclaimed sculptor John Greer.
A New Epicurian District
From fine dining to lively bistros, from locally sourced ingredients to sweet indulgences, Queen’s Marque is at the heart of an emerging culinary district, featuring the talents and tastes of Nova Scotia from Halifax’s brightest food and beverage talent.