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Irving Eco Centre

Just 9km northeast of Bouctouche, Irving Eco Centre makes accessible 'La Dune de Bouctouche,' a gorgeous, powder-soft sandspit jutting into the strait. The interpretive center has worthwhile displays, but the...

Park in Bouctouche

Le Pays de la Sagouine

Sitting on a small island in the Bouctouche River, this Acadian village is constructed to bring to life the setting from La Sagouine, a play by writer Antonine Maillet. Monologues from the play are acted out...

Museum in Bouctouche

Olivier Soapery

If you're a market-goer, you've likely already seen Olivier Soap around New Brunswick. In their old-fashioned soap factory, you can sit on a wooden bench and see a batch of soap being made while learning about...

Market in Bouctouche

Market

Saturday mornings and Thursday evenings see a market set up in the town center during July and August. Vendors sell local food like the doughnut-style beavertails and there's often live music.

Cafe in Bouctouche

SCKS Société culturelle Kent-Sud

Full of local art, baked goods, salads and soups, this little nonprofit cafe is a pleasant place to stop for coffee and simple French-style snack lunches using, where possible, local produce.

Museum in Bouctouche

Kent Museum

Built in 1880 and originally a convent, the Kent Museum houses a stunning Gothic alter. Be toured through exhibits on student life and Acadian history by guides dressed as boarding students.

Acadian in Bouctouche

Restaurant La Sagouine

With seafood in its various presentations alongside fried chicken and crepes for good measure, this old-fashioned spot has a summer patio for great sidewalk gazing.