WW Doak & Sons is one of Canada's best fly-fishing shops. It sells a huge number of flies annually, nearly all made on the premises. A wander around will get an angler (even nonangler!) pumped.
It's referred to by locals as Miramichi's 'fine-dining option', and while that might be taking it a bit far, it's a friendly bistro and serves up decent food with surprising quirks and an emphasis on local (seasonal…
In the central square of Miramichi (formerly Newcastle) is a statue to Lord Beaverbrook (1879–1964), one of the most powerful press barons in British history and a major benefactor of his home province. His ashes li…
Forty kilometers northwest of Miramichi, on the Esk River, the Metepenagiag Heritage Park has interpretive tours of Mi'kmaq culture and history on a 3000-year-old archaeological site.
Learn about historic Doaktown's storied fishing history, plus wonderful artworks and anthropological gems at this lodgelike museum. Doaktown is 90km southwest of Miramichi.
Traditional folk-music enthusiasts can get their musical craic and great sounds at the Irish Festival.
The Miramichi Folksong Festival is the oldest of its kind in North America.