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Our stories. Yours to discover.

You’ll naturally encounter fascinating New Brunswick stories on your travels, no matter where you venture. Our towns and villages carry history in the people, language, landscape, and buildings. Our shorelines and their natural monuments are shaped by time itself. Even the trees in our forests are grand memories of time past. But when it comes to getting to know New Brunswick, you simply have to visit one of our museums.

Whether educational, interactive, artistic, or just plain fun, New Brunswick museums are always more than just exhibits. They cover every conceivable interest for curious minds. Our museums celebrate nature, science, local history, industries, trades, art, and even food. Each one of our heritage museums provides visitors with the tales of our past, while contemporary exhibits bring insight to today’s cultural mosaic. 

Discover museums of all shapes and sizes

At one of our living history museums, like Kings Landing Historical Settlement and Village Historique Acadien, you’ll experience what living life was like for our ancestors. Stop by Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site to follow the Acadian journey, or Metepenagiag Heritage Park for a peek into ancient Mi’gmaq traditions. Delicious experiences await at St. Stephen’s Chocolate Museum and the New Brunswick Potato World Museum. Science East in Fredericton and Resurgo in Moncton offer young learners a hands-on science museum experience. In Saint John, don't miss the New Brunswick Museum and the many sites of the Stonehammer Geopark. And you also might want to expand your list to include the Central New Brunswick Woodmen’s Museum in Boiestown, the Grand Manan Museum, and the Albert County Museum. 

Visit a New Brunswick museum
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