Clair Visitor Information Centre

  • Clair Historic Site (Clair Historical Society), New Brunswick Canada
  • Clair Historic Site (Clair Historical Society), New Brunswick Canada
  • Municipal Visitor Information Centre, Clair, New Brunswick Canada
Stop at the Visitor Information Centre in Clair, on the River Valley Scenic Drive, to receive information about this particular region of the province. 

Take advantage of a variety of FREE services which will enhance your travel experience, such as: 

• Travel assistance and counselling
• Official New Brunswick map and touring guide
• Information about events, attractions and festivals 

The information centre is located along the majestic St. John River on a site of great historical significance for the Upper Madawaska area. The Clair Historic Site, managed by the Société historique de Clair (Clair Historical Society), includes the Daigle/St-Jean house (built in 1848, it’s one of the oldest homes in the region and houses the Rosario-Lang museum on the second floor), many other historical buildings (barn, chapel, logging camp and cook room), a community garden, a picnic area with gazebo and restrooms.  

If there is anything else that you need or are looking for, just ask one of the counsellors and they will do their best to find it for you!

724 Principale St.
New Brunswick, Canada
E7A 2H4
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$250 - $5