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Travel with Pride and experience our welcoming nature in New Brunswick. Whether you’re looking for an unplugged getaway, or a cultural hangout in one of our vibrant cities, New Brunswick has everything you need for your next East Coast escape.

With a growing number of Rainbow Registered tourism businesses in New Brunswick, 2SLGBTQI+ travellers can look forward to a welcoming experience from a variety of accommodations, attractions, and activities.

Here are just some of our Rainbow Registered tourism operators.

Two ladies dining by the sea in Southeast New Brunswick




Delta Hotels by Marriott – Fredericton

Hops and Harvest Road Trip
Boasting a picture-perfect waterfront property that’s located seconds from downtown, Delta Hotels by Marriott Fredericton is the province’s first accommodation to be Rainbow Registered. Come by and experience the breathtaking sunset overlooking the St. John (Wolastoq) River or indulge in a tasty meal and handcrafted cocktail at the onsite restaurant STMR.36.
Book a room


La Belle Cabane – Kingston

Ferries & Farms Road Trip
Find off-grid freedom in a quaint and cozy cabin on the beautiful Kingston Peninsula. The cabins at La Belle Cabane are completely off-grid, meaning no Wi-Fi, no plumbing, no electricity, and... no problem! Just unwind and enjoy their primitive eco-glamping experience and relax in their stunning Nordic spa.
Find your nature experience


Sunset View Campground – Nackawic

Hops and Harvest Road Trip
At Sunset View Campground they have a mission to help people fall in love with the outdoors by focusing on the entire camping experience – from the time you book your reservation, to when they wave you goodbye, guests will feel the warm welcome of Sunset View Campground.
Set up camp


Parks New Brunswick

Parks New Brunswick aims to provide inclusive, natural and cultural destinations that inspire wellness, enjoyment and education for all. With parks in each corner of the province, you’re sure to find an experience for your ideal getaway; from hiking New Brunswick’s highest peak to dipping your toes in our warm saltwater beaches, Parks NB has what you’re looking for. 
Visit our provincial parks


Two men walking their dog in a park




Elsipogtog Mi’Kmaq Cultural Centre – Elsipogtog First Nation

Acadian Shores Road Trip
Immerse yourself into a cultural experience of traditional ways of the Mi'gmaw Culture in Elsipogtog First Nation. Experiences include conversations with a respected community elder with the opportunity to ask questions about the culture, as well as guided walks to learn about medicinal plants, berries and trees, learn how to make a traditional basket and so much more!
Connect with our indigenous heritage


Sussex Ale Works – Sussex

Ferries & Farms Road Trip
The perfect beginning, middle, or end to a day in the region of Sussex - especially if you are looking for a little après adventure in a cozy spot where cell phones rarely make an appearance. During your visit, their beers will excite your palate and charm your spirit as you connect with others in lively laughter and conversation - one hand-forged beer at a time.
Taste the difference


Le Pays de la Sagouine – Bouctouche

Acadian Shores Road Trip
Le Pays de la Sagouine is the ultimate Acadian cultural experience with a warm welcome, vibrant joie de vivre and a touch of fantasy. Created from internationally renowned Acadian author and playwright Antonine Maillet's imagination, Le Pays is a living village on an island where endearing characters speak a colourful language and where theatre, music, comedy and dance are featured daily with live performances.
Visit le Pays


Grimross Brewing Co. – Fredericton

Hops and Harvest Road Trip
Grimross Brewing is a craft beer producer specializing in Belgian-inspired ales. Grimross seeks to craft Maritime Ales both approachable and unique, using local ingredients whenever possible. They believe there is a craft beer out there for everyone, Grimross Brewing is all about the exploration and crafting of enjoyable beers, then sharing them with others. 
Raise your glass


Théâtre Capitol Theatre – Moncton

Hub City Road Trip
One of only a handful of fully-restored vaudeville theatres in Canada. In the heart of downtown Moncton, the theatre is the centre of the region's performing arts including drama, music, dance and comedy - in both English and French. Guided tours are available by appointment. 
Embrace our culture


Quiet beach along a wooded shoreline at New River Beach Provincial Park




Aboiteau Beach – Cap-Pelé

Acadian Shores Road Trip
Aboiteau Beach was the first saltwater beach in Canada to get the blue flag certification (in 2018). A short stroll along the boardwalk will take you anywhere you want to go. Walk the 5 km (3 mi.) long shoreline, go for a swim in the warm saltwater, or play a game of beach volleyball. You can also enjoy a delicious seafood dinner overlooking the ocean.
Hit the beach


Jolie Vie Wellness Retreat – Grand Falls

Rides & Welcomes Road Trip
Experience a unique wellness retreat nestled in the heart of Grand Falls, NB. Unwind, relax and reconnect in an environment crafted in tranquility. Explore their wide array of wellness treatments, each curated to promote wellbeing and deliver a holistic wellness journey. 
Escape to serenity

Click here to find all Rainbow Registered accredited businesses near you, and make sure to look for the Rainbow Registered logo during your travels in New Brunswick.  

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