Top New Brunswick Tourist Attractions

The Bay of Fundy is one of Canada's greatest natural treasures. It is a 170 mile long swath of coastline that stretches from Nova Scotia to New Brunswick... read more arrow
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Mount Carleton is the highest peak and elevation in the Canadian Maritime Provinces at 2690 feet. As part of the International Appalachian Trail, it is named after New Brunswick's first lieutenant Governor – Thomas Carleton... read more arrow
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The Acadian Historical Village also known as Village Historique Acadian is a living location that seeks to reflect its history, lifestyle, culture and background. Located at Rivière-du-Nord in New Brunswick, this village was opened for tourism in 1977 by visionaries who seeked to generate revenue from this beautiful location through tourism in a unique manner and provide employment to people with developmental disabilities who could contribute with full time jobs... read more arrow
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The Fundy Trail offers a mix of wilderness, hiking and sighting. Noted as a popular wilderness park, it has trailing pathways that opens access to Bay of Fundy coast with breathtaking views of the coastline... read more arrow
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The New Brunswick Museum in Saint John is the oldest continuing museum in Canada since 1929. Historic traces reveal that the origin of this museum dates back to 1842 attributing it to the work of Dr Abraham Gesner... read more arrow
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Amongst the recreations of a New Brunswick towns, the Kings Landing Historical Settlement showcases the period from 1780 – 1910. Located in St John's River Valley, this town had a mix of Scottish, English and Irish settlers who formed the loyalists of the 18th century with life struggles yearning for a better life... read more arrow
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The Irving nature park in Saint John, along the Bay of Fundy has charming beaches, woodlands, trails, volcanic rocks, all packaged to make a perfect location for hiking and backpacking. Created by J D Irving, the park is spread over 600 acres to preserve an endangered acreage... read more arrow
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A national historic venue, the Historic garrison District is today a cultural and festive centre for Fredericton. Situated by the banks of the river, with a façade of wrought iron and stone fencing, this is a site that represents glory, drama and a biting reality of the region's military past... read more arrow
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Cape Jourimain Nature Centre is located in Jourimain Island within the Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Area, which is officially operated by the Canadian Wildlife Service to create awareness engaging visitors on environmental conservation. The centre is operated by a not for profit organization with facilities reflecting the functioning of green buildings... read more arrow
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Popularly known as the Flowerpot rocks, the Hopewell rocks are at the Bay of Fundy in Hopewell Cape in New Brunswick. These are rare rock formations popularly known as 'Mother-in-Law', 'ET' and 'Lover's Arch' etc which have resulted from erosions of the tides... read more arrow
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Pays de la Saguouine is a village recreated to showcase a still from an older time with actors in costumes playing historic characters. This was created by Antoine Maillet, a well known Acadian novelist and playwright... read more arrow
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If you looking to hit the beach between June and August, to soak in the summer, then the Parlee beach, the warmest salt water beach north of Virginia is the location to be. The Parlee beach is about one kilometer long with supervision for about 700 meters... read more arrow
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Kouchibouguac National Park is located on the eastern side of New Brunswick and is an hour from Moncton which is 100 kms apart. This is the second national mark in New Brunswick and a popular destination for bird watching, hiking, canoeing, biking and beaches... read more arrow
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