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Fredericton City Hall, Clockworks and Bicentennial Tapestries

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Fredericton's City Hall is the oldest City Hall still in use in the Maritime Provinces. You can tour the Council Chamber to view the restored clockworks and a series of tapestries. Produced in 1985 to honour Fredericton's 200th birthday as capital city, two local artists created 27 colourful tapestries depicting Fredericton's history based on Dr. W. Austin Squires' book “The Last 200 Years”. A Visitor Information Centre is open daily from May until Thanksgiving.

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