Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Fredericton

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

This excellent gallery was a gift to the town from Lord Beaverbrook. The exceptional collection includes works by international heavyweights and is well worth an hour or so. Among others you will see Dalí, Freud, Ga…
Top Choice Park in Campobello Island

Roosevelt Campobello International Park

The southernmost green area of Campobello Island is this 1100-hectare park. Its biggest visitor attraction is the Roosevelt Cottage, the 34-room lodge where Franklin D Roosevelt grew up (between 1905 and 1921) and v…
Island in St Andrews By-The-Sea

Minister's Island

This picturesque tidal island was once used as a retreat by William Cornelius Van Horne, builder of the Canadian Pacific Railway and one of Canada's wealthiest men. As well as touring the island on foot along four m…
Nature Reserve in St Martins

Fundy Trail Parkway

Stretching east from St Martins for 19 glorious kilometers, the Fundy Trail Parkway is both a multi-use trail – or more accurately, a series of interlinking trails – as well as a road ('parkway') that runs almost pa…
Park in Bouctouche

Irving Eco Centre

On the coast 9km northeast of Bouctouche, this nature center protects and makes accessible 'La Dune de Bouctouche,' a beautiful, long sandspit jutting into the strait. The interpretive center has displays on the flo…
Park in Fundy National Park

Fundy National Park

Fundy National Park is the region's most popular. Highlights include the world's highest tides, the irregularly eroded sandstone cliffs and the wide beach at low tide that makes exploring the shore for small marine …
Historic Site in Cape Enrage & Mary's Point

Cape Enrage

The 150-year-old clifftop lightstation, with its lighthouse, former lighthouse-keeper's house (now a restaurant) and a small gallery, provides dramatic views and is fun to wander around. The more adventurous can do …
Historic Site in Fredericton

Loyalist Village

One of the province's best sites is this re-creation of an early-19th-century Loyalist village, 36km west of Fredericton. A community of costumed staff create a living museum by role-playing in houses, a school, chu…
Park in Western Fundy Shore

New River Provincial Park

Just off Hwy 1, about 35km west of Saint John on the way to St Stephen, this large park has one of the best beaches along the Fundy shore, a wide stretch of sand bordered on one side by the rugged coastline of Barna…
Natural Feature in Moncton

Hopewell Rocks

The Hopewell Rocks are bizarre sandstone erosion formations known as 'flowerpots,' rising from the ocean floor. They resemble giant arches, stone mushrooms and ice-cream cones. Crowds come to marvel at their Dr Seus…