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Visit Province House

Welcome to Province House, home of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. The legislative building is located in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia at 1726 Hollis Street.

Province House and its grounds, which operate under the jurisdiction of the Speaker of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, occupy an entire city block bordered by Hollis, Prince, Granville, and George Streets. 

We welcome visitors during normal operational hours year-round.

Building access hours
Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Things to know

  • In roped off areas, all visitors must stand behind the rope.
  • Province House is a scent free building.
  • Hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the building for your use.
  • We ask that all visitors follow the hygiene protocols posted in washrooms and throughout the building.
  • What to do at Province House

    Watch proceedings: Observe a sitting of the House of Assembly or the proceedings of a committee. 

    Take a self-guided tour: Learn about the history and architectural features of this National Historic Site.

    Visit the Legislative Library: Consult the extensive historical collection or just relax with a book in this Victorian gem in the heart of Province House.