June 6-9 is the Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon race weekend in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The east coast race is home to scenic views of the ocean, several solids hills, and Halifax is the perfect place to have a great time post-race.

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Everyone post-race parties in different ways. Some like a relaxing afternoon, some only want to consume food until they fall asleep, and others get excited for participating in drinking activities. We’ve compiled a list with a post-race party event for every kind of runner. If you’re new to Halifax, you can draw some inspiration for your weekend, and if you’re native, you might learn something new about your beloved city.

For the runner who likes to be pampered

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For the runner who wants to reward themselves with the finer things in life, they can begin by unwinding with a spa experience at the Interlude Spa. It’s one of Canada’s top spas and with two locations, one in Dartmouth and another downtown, it’s easily accessible. Following their spa date, the pampered runner can take themselves and their cheer squad shopping on Quinpool Road. The owner-operated shops make it a unique Halifax shopping experience. On Quinpool Road you can find shops with a local focus and live entertainment. The area also has tons of great dining options for your post-race dinner. If you’re heading down to the waterfront and looking to treat yourself, Cows Creamery is an east coast staple and not to be missed.

For the runner who enjoys sightseeing

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Raymond & Marie Grant's first impressions of #Canada include "what have we done ?" and then trying moose for the first (and last) time. From the UK on board RMS Empress of France, Nov 1956. // Les premières impressions de Raymond et Marie Grant sur #Canada incluent « qu'avons-nous fait? » et ensuite essayer l'orignal pour la première (et la dernière) fois. Du Royaume-Uni à bord du RMS Empress of France, novembre 1956. . . . Image credit d'image: Photograph of Raymond and Marie Grant on board RMS Empress of France, November 1956. [DI2015.27.2] Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 #UnitedKingdom #RoyaumeUni #Canada #immigration #history #histoire #hunting #moose #chasse #orignal

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Halifax is beautiful and full of history, which makes it the perfect race location for the runner who likes to take in the sights and learn a little more about the spot they’re staying in. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia features the Maud Lewis gallery which shows off some of the Canadian artist’s greatest works. You can also check out Citadel Hill, which protected Halifax Harbour from 1749 to 1906, with a tour of the grounds. The Pier 21 Immigration Museum is another really cool spot that allows you to step into the past and get a glimpse into what it felt like to come to Canada through Pier 21. Pack your trunk, dine in a ship’s dining room and get into costume so that you can experience a piece of history.

For those who like to party

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For those who like to celebrate their marathon libation-style, there are plenty of opportunities to do that in Halifax. Head down to the Seaport Market to check out some of the farmers’ stands and local beer makers. After that, be sure to check out Garrison Brewing Co. which is also the official beer of the marathon. While you’re there, grab a beer and a snack before heading out on the town for the Agricola Street pub crawl. There you’ll find fine dining establishments, dive bars and everything in between. So no matter what your tastes, there’s something for you.

For those who want to chill out

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If you’re the kind who just needs to do nearly nothing post-marathon, take your cheer squad out for a picnic in one of Halifax’s beautiful parks, like Point Pleasant. Or if you’re really out of commission, head back to the hotel and relax, and promise your friends and family breakfast the next morning at Bluenose Restaurant.

Show your bib program

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No matter what kind of post-race party you’re into, everyone likes discounts, and that’s exactly what the Show Your Bib program provides. Prove that you’re a race weekend participant (by presenting your bib) and get discounts all across the city on everything from workout classes, to food, to shopping.