Getting to Neptune

 

Neptune Theatre is located in the heart of downtown Halifax at 1593 Argyle Street, on the corner of Argyle and Sackville, opposite the new Nova Centre and within walking distance to restaurants, stores and shopping malls.

Neptune Theatre has two stages: the Fountain Hall Mainstage and the Scotiabank Studio Stage (across from East of Grafton, next to The Pint Public House). 


Box Office Hours

Please note, the best way to contact us during this time is to email us at boxoffice@neptunetheatre.com

Local/Halifax  : 902-429-7070

Toll - Free : 1-800-565-7345

The Neptune Theatre Box Office is currently open Monday to Friday 12pm-5pm

*If you are looking for the Theatre School, please call 902-429-3750.


Parking and Getting Around

While we don't have a parking garage of our own, we are surrounded by places to leave your car. On-street parking meters are available and are free evenings after 6 pm, on weekends and holidays. In the absence of on-street parking nearby, Neptune is conveniently located near three parking garages:

  • MetroPark (on the corner of Hollis and Blowers Streets), which is located two blocks from the theatre toward the waterfront.
    MetroPark parking passes are on sale for $7 at the box office.
  • Scotia Square Parking (5201 Albemarle St), located about three blocks north on the other side of City Hall.
  • The Halifax Convention Centre (the garage on Grafton Street). 

If you're visiting from out of town, you should know that Argyle Street is a pedestrian-friendly street - which means that sometimes the street is closed to vehicle traffic. If we know about a street closure in advance, we share that information on our social media channels.

There are two authorized smoking zones on our block of Argyle Street. These are the only places patrons are allowed to smoke tobacco or cannabis products in the vicinity of the theatre.


Public transit

Neptune is located near stops along major Halifax Transit bus routes ane ferries.

See Halifax Transit's website for bus routes and schedules.

Neptune Theatre is located on sacred land that has been the site of human activity since time immemorial. We are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq, and we acknowledge them as the past, present, and future caretakers of this land.

As artists, we are grateful to work and build community here. As stewards of culture, we are in the process of learning more about how our company can improve our relations with Indigenous People and uphold the values of collaboration and inclusivity in all that we do. 

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