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Central New Brunswick Woodmen's Museum

Explore the heritage, culture and history of logging, the lives of woodsmen, and local ecology in central New Brunswick dating back to the 1800s. This 15-acre open-air museums is home to thousands of artefacts, including an original trapper’s cabin, the New Brunswick Lumberjack Championships, and many other cultural community events.

Bilingual service (English-French)
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Wheelchair accessible

Accessibility Services

  • Building
    • Parking
      • Designated parking spaces:
      • Designated accessible parking within 50m of an entrance.
      • The # of designated spots correspond to the Barrier Free Design Code.
    • High Speed Internet
      • There is high speed internet that people using adaptive technologies can access.
    • Lobby/Reception Area
      • There is clear path of travel from the main entrance to the reception area ex. that path clear of furniture or other obstacles
      • There is directional signage to a reception/ticket counter
    • Entrance
  • Neurodivergence
    • Surfaces, window coverings, and décor have minimal glare or reflection

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