EdmundstonThe New Brunswick Botanical Garden includes 12 thematic gardens on more than 8 ha (20 acres) of land along the Madawaska River. Luxurious vegetation and impressive mosaïcultures make for a truly peaceful oasis ideal for indulging the senses. Come visit the medicinal and aromatic plant garden and the herbalist shop, discover our unique celestial garden, Khronos, a contemporary stone circle or peek at our insect exhibit featuring our camouflage experts, the phasmids.
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Saint JohnThis area was set aside as a public ground in the original town plan (1783). In April 1848, it was closed to further burials by an Act of the Provincial Legislature. The grounds were restored by the Irving family in 1995 in memory of the late K. C. Irving (1899-1992), founder of the Irving empire of companies. Granite paver pathways, historic style lamps and a unique beaver fountain were added to revitalize this graveyard.
Wed, May 27, 2020It makes us nicer - and that’s not all. Dr. - Willi Broeren As a resident of New Brunswick’s capital city, Fredericton, I consider myself fortunate to live in a place with a river running through it plus access to amazing trails and a wonderful provincial park. As an individual, I highly treasure these things. As a physician, I know that nature is very important for our health. In these times of soaring rates of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and mental illness, nature can be a powerful antidote.
Saint AndrewsMore than 300 paintings by Joseph Oppenheimer, German Impressionist and his daughter Eva Prager, O.C., Canadian artist. You will find portraits of famous people, other portraits and landscapes, seascapes, flower paintings, etc. plus various interesting objects, documents, toys and even unique classic cars, including Lady Beaverbrook's original 1955 Land Rover with only 13,000 miles. All this is housed in the Beaverbrook-Dunn Mansion, the largest in St. Andrews
MonctonThe Pump House poured its first beer on Sept. 3, 1999. Since then owners, Shaun and Lilia Fraser, have received many awards and accolades while working hard to keep the brewery and namesake Pump House Brewpub moving forward and ever-expanding. The Pump House has won 40 brewing and business awards, including Canada's 2005 "Brewery of the Year."
GagetownThe Village of Gagetown Farmers Market is a small, waterfront, open air market. It provides locals and visitors a mixture of locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, breads and baking, preserves and herbs, hot BBQ, local art, handmade jewelery, soaps, and more! And all within walking distance of the marina, shops, and restaurants.
MiramichiThe Water Street Farmers Market is a small-town farmers market located in the former town of Chatham, now part of the city of Miramichi, and is characterized by its warmth and hospitality. The market showcases a variety of quality handcrafted wares that are made locally. Vendors bring goods such as knitting, crochet, woodworking and toll-painting, pottery, handmade soap and bath products, needlepoint, fine stitchery and quilts. There are also a number of food vendors, including an on-site kitchen which offers a hearty home-cooked breakfast menu.
ShediacShediac is recognized the world over as "The Lobster Capital of the World" for its lobster fishing industry. For that reason, in 1989 the Shediac Rotary Club thought it fitting to erect a monument in tribute of the delectable crustacean and promote its role in the development of our community. The late Winston Bronnum from Penobquis, New Brunswick, was commissioned to create this magnificent showpiece. The monument stands at 11 m (35 ft.) in length, 5 m (16 ft.) in width and 5 m (16 ft.) in height.
Saint JohnGalerie Tiers-espace / Third Space Gallery is the only artist-run centre in Saint John. Unlike a traditional gallery, it is not confined to one exhibition space, but chooses to work with the city's wider community for both the production and presentation of contemporary art. Interdisciplinary in practice, the gallery works with local, regional and national professional artists to raise the understanding and appreciation of contemporary art through exploratory, challenging and critical projects.
MonctonCaused by the Bay of Fundy tides, the Tidal Bore occurs twice daily. Watch the water in the Petitcodiac River roll back upstream in one wave that can go up to 60 cm in height! Estimated Tidal Bore times online and at the Visitor Information Centre beside Bore Park, downtown Moncton. Please note: Many factors may affect the time of the Bore by 15 to 20 minutes before or after the scheduled arrival time. Arrive early!
MonctonAn always-evolving craft beer selection, cocktails made with care and a constantly-updated menu bring seasonal, fresh and local fare both on your plate and in your glass at The Tide and Boar Gastropub. Enjoy true Maritime hospitality in the heart of downtown Moncton at this award-winning pub named one of Canada's Top 50 restaurants by Maclean's Magazine and featured on The Food Network's "You Gotta Eat Here".
PenobsquisThis perfect stop on your way to the Fundy coast provides hearty meals, refreshing beverages and a good rest with friendly service and attention. Hospitality PLUS! Owner operated independent family business since 1975 The Country Kitchen Restaurant Two dining rooms, a lounge and outdoor patio (pet friendly) Free plated hot breakfast early morning until noon Free wi-fi ATV trail starts here Heated outdoor pool Premium bedding
Saint JohnTimberTop Adventures is one of Canada's largest treetop aerial adventure parks located in beautiful Dominion Park, just minutes from uptown Saint John. Using a continuous lifeline safety system, our 12 courses offer various levels of challenge with something for nearly all ages. With up to 3 hours of play plus a half hour of training, guests travel from tree to tree tackling over 115 creative obstacles including 29+ zip line challenges. Adult, student, senior and group rates available.
Riley BrookExcellent fishing and well-equipped log cabins. Established since 1973 on the quiet and well endowed Tobique river and backdropped by a natural wilderness setting, this outfitter offers nature at its fullest with all the comforts of home. Enjoy delicious home cooking, cozy atmosphere, experienced guides and in-house entertainment along with your fishing, camping, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing adventures.
Grand MananThis sightseeing tour will give you an all encompassing pass to the islands natural beauty and lifestyle. The tour includes a visit to a herring weir, a salmon farm and the opportunity to pull 2 lobster traps out of the ocean and hear history of lobster industry. Along the way, you'll visit coves, see cliffs, remote beaches and lighthouses. On any given trip, you may also see birds, seals, porpoises, sharks and whales. Our sunset tours include chowder, fishing mackerel, feeding seabirds, interpretation of geology, fishing, the history of Grand Manan and the best sunset you may ever see.
MascareneTopsail Canvas is a small family business located in Southwestern New Brunswick. We have been creating top-quality canvas bags since 1991. Each bag is created and sewn with care in our signature simple, functional, and durable designs. Our designs reflect what we and our friends need: protection for a laptop, bags with pockets for small tools or knitting supplies, drawstring closures for boating adventures, zip tops for carry-on luggage, a durable diaper bag, sturdy grocery bags for reducing plastic waste, or simply a large tote for catching everything!
FrederictonThis lovely motel overlooks the beautiful St. John River. Enjoy a picnic along the river’s edge or explore the riverside trails with a leisurely stroll or bike ride. Kitchenettes available for an additional $10. All rooms are non-smoking. 5 minutes to downtown Fredericton.
BeresfordStep out of the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reacquaint yourself with nature in this warm and friendly Acadian seaside community. Enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty of Chaleur Bay, internationally acclaimed as ‘One of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World.' Stroll the boardwalk along the beach with the blue of the sea and skies as far as the eye can see, or just relax in the sun and the salty air on one of our beaches and take in the scenery. Amongst many not-to-be-missed places are the Chaleur Bay salt marshes.
BouctoucheThe town of Bouctouche is an enticing combination of scenery and sea, situated on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the magnificent Bouctouche River. The region's endless bodies of water and wide-open spaces beckon to be discovered and explored. Be sure to stop by the Visitor Information Centre to get information on local events, attractions and festivals. Browse handmade goods at the Bouctouche Farmers' Market, play a round of golf at Golf Bouctouche or visit the sandy beaches and charming lighthouses.
Carters PointAcadian Sturgeon and Caviar puts together the passion for what they do, education of the guests about sustainability, and experiential tasting, taking a seemingly luxury product (caviar) and bringing it to a level of indulgence that most people can afford. Participate in a traditional selective commercial and scientific fishing of 2 to 3-metre (6 to 10-feet) long Atlantic sturgeons. Educational guided tours of the company's aquaculture and processing facilities; caviar and other sturgeon products tasting; gift packs and products available on demand at departure.
Grand MananAs you approach Grand Manan Island by ferry, Swallowtail Lightstation greets you. The wonderful panoramic view of the coastline coupled with this historic, old wooden lighthouse makes it a perfect setting for photographers, artists and sightseers. This is a definite "must-see"!
Saint JohnSymphony New Brunswick — the province's only professional full-scale symphony orchestra — makes a significant contribution to the cultural richness and economic prosperity of its province, offering regular concert series in Moncton, Fredericton, and Saint John. SNB also provides more than 70 free school concerts per season across the province. The Orchestra, with musicians hired under a union CBA, can expand or contract according to venue and audience needs.