Nestled along the bank of the Saint John River, the village of Gagetown is a gem worth discovering. Birdwatching, boating, shopping and dining are all here. If history and genealogy are your interests, the Queens County Historical Society has two museums and a wealth of information about the families and history of the area. The historic Loomcrofters Studio has been turned into a working museum await your visit. Gagetown's founders' chosen strategic location has proven ideal for birdwatching. Being on one of North America's migration flight paths, and having a wide variety of natural habitats in the area, make this a birder's paradise. If arriving by water, Gagetown is an ideal destination or a perfect stopover. Boaters will find supplies within easy reach of the water. If travelling by car, there are canoes and kayak rentals available. If land-based activities are more your style, galleries and craft studios, antique and gift shops abound. Be sure to make a visit to our open air farmers market a part of your stay. It is open every Sunday from early summer to late fall. Enjoy an excellent meal in a pub or restaurant and spend the night!
We look forward to welcoming you. Please refer to public health guidelines before planning your trip to New Brunswick.