The Hopewell Rocks are located along the Bay of Fundy and are home of the highest tides in the world. An iconic and popular place for ocean tidal exploration, it offers a unique natural experience of both high and low tides. Enjoy the multi-media exhibit, scenic walking trails, informative walking tours and lookouts. Walk on the ocean floor with towering rock formations that have been carved by the weather and the powerful incoming waters over decades. You’ll want to visit the Hopewell Rocks during both high tide and low tide so you can truly appreciate the height and range of the highest tides in the world. Nearby are Fundy National Park, Cape Enrage, Mary’s Point Bird Sanctuary, Covered bridges, artisan shops, crafters, museums, quiet beaches, lighthouses, waterfalls, biking and hiking trails and more. At Hopewell Rocks, Baymount Outdoor Adventures allows you to kayak the world’s highest tides around the huge rock formations!
• 1.5 hours
(English follows)Grâce à ce billet, vous découvrirez l'Acadie tout le long d'un parcours de 2.2 km, bordé de bâtiments historiques tous animés par des interprètes bilingues (anglais et français), qui vous raconteront l'histoire de l'Acadie et la vie quotidienne des ancêtres acadiens de 1770 à 1949. Une journée de visite, ce n'est pas suffisant? Aucune problème! Gardez au poignet votre bracelet et revenez pour une seconde journée de visite gratuitement! ***With this ticket you'll spend a day discovering the daily lives of the Acadian people (from 1770 to 1949) by walking along a 2.2 km circuit bordered by historical buildings, all inhabited by fully bilingual (French and English) interpretive guides who are eager to share their knowledge of Acadian history. Can't do it all in one day? No problem! keep your bracelet on your wrist and come back for another visit free of charge!
• 6 hours
Welcome to Kings Landing—are you ready to make a little history of your own? Kings Landing takes aim at how history is told and pushes the boundaries of open-air museums. This 300-acre museum houses over 70,000 artefacts, offers over 40 exhibits, theatre, workshops as well as a fully 1st person interpreted village where you can step back in time with a community of costumed characters in 70 historic buildings. From the American Revolution to the turn of the 20th century, Kings Landing is a collection of stories and events that shaped New Brunswick through settlement, the birth of the great nation of Canada, and to the age of progress.
• 2 hours
CAN YOU SURVIVE THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE?Zombie Scavengers leads you into the city to collect supplies to survive during this interactive scavenger game.With the whole world in chaos and zombies outnumbering the living 10 to 1, small colonies of the living are doing all they can to survive. Using your smartphone, your team will be tasked with scavenging the city for food, supplies, weapons, and shelter. The more things you find, the more points you get and more likely you are to survive. Along the way, you will be asked to do a challenge or answer a trivia question in order to be rewarded virtual weapons to ward off the zombies. The area is crawling with relentless zombies, and rival colonies are moving in. If you get too relaxed, rival colonies will take what you worked hard to find. The goal is to find all of the items in hopes that you will survive the zombie apocalypse.
• 1 hour
During the Moncton Beer Tour, you’ll enjoy a great afternoon or evening of local craft beer at some local favourites, plus a little exercise too. This walking tour of downtown features three different beer establishments and is guided by a local beer enthusiast!
• 3 hours
Join, Lisa, Chef Gilles and their staff to learn how to prepare an iconic Acadian dish, the Lobster Roll.The chefs will take you through the process of removing lobster meat from its shells then properly chopping and seasoning the meat for your dish.This 90 minute session is filled with seafood tips, history of Shediac and great food. You will be able to eat your masterpiece at the restaurant or take it with you to consume at the beach or in the comfort of your home or cottage.
• 1.5 hours
Are you a chocolate lover? Who isn’t? Get a taste of New Brunswick chocolate made by local master chocolatiers. After a behind the scenes look into Adorable Chocolat, you’ll enjoy tasting the hand-crafted chocolates which are almost too pretty to eat; ....almost!
• 20 minutes
Explore the northern coast of Grande-Anse on the Bay des Chaleurs. Touch the walls of sandy rock dug out by waves and the tides. Enjoy a meal of freshly prepared mussels in one of the many caves along the majestic sea cliffs.
• 3 hours
The Bay of Fundy bites trail will allow you to explore New Brunswick in a way that will delight your taste buds! The guided tour by private vehicle can depart from St. Andrews or St. John, and will include stops in St. George and Chance Harbour. This trail will last 8 hours and include four stops. Stops include Granite Town Blueberry Farm, the award-winning Port City Royal, the Saint John City Market, and the Spa Chance Harbour. Each stop will provide you with culinary treasures that feature local New Brunswick products. This tour is not offered to cruise ship passengers due to the length of the tour. This small-group tour has a maximum size of 6 people.
• 7 hours