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Top Choice Museum in Fredericton

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

This excellent gallery was one of Lord Beaverbrook's gifts to the town. The exceptional collection includes works by international heavyweights and is well worth an hour or so. Among others you will see Dalí, Freud,…
Top Choice International in Fredericton

Ten Resto

Coming here is a bit of an unorthodox numbers game. This pleasant locale which has 10 tables and a choice of 10 dishes per sitting (and 10 menu changes a year). This means that you can be in an empty or very full re…
Top Choice Japanese in Fredericton


A word of warning for purists of Japanese cuisine: this top-quality Japanese restaurant incorporates local Canadian produce and ideas into its recipes. But, given the high-quality Canadian seafood and produce, and t…
Market in Fredericton

Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market

This Fredericton institution is great for picking up fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese, handicrafts, dessert and flowers. Many of the 150 or so stalls recall the city's European heritage, with everything from Ge…
Indian in Fredericton

Chez Riz

Reasonable Indian and Pakistani cuisine in a dark, cave of a place.
Pub in Fredericton

Lunar Rogue Pub

Named a 'great whisky bar of the world' for good reason: this jolly locals' joint has a fine assortment of single malts, part of the 500 plus whisky collection. Work your way through the drams on the outdoor patio; …
Church in Fredericton

Christ Church Cathedral

Built in 1853, this cathedral is a fine early example of 19th-century Gothic Revival style and has exquisite stained glass. It was modeled after St Mary's in Snettisham, Norfolk.
Historic Site in Fredericton

Officers' Square

Once the military parade ground, the Garrison District's Officers' Square now hosts a full-uniform changing of the guard ceremony in summertime. Also in summer the Calithumpians Outdoor Summer Theatre performs daily…
Historic Building in Fredericton

Government House

This magnificent sandstone palace was erected for the British governor in 1826. The representative of the queen moved out in 1893 after the province refused to continue paying his expenses, and during most of the 20…
Museum in Fredericton

Fredericton Region Museum

Housed in the 19th-century officers' quarters on the western side of Officers' Sq, this museum's collection preserves the city's past. Displays feature military pieces used by local regiments and by British and Germ…