The Edmundston Visitor Information Centre is open year-round. Located in an old CP railway station built in 1930, the building was completely renovated in 2005. Originally considered a modern and prestigious structure, it now is recognized as a heritage site. A 1920 Caboose is also on-site, completing the historic ambience. Easily accessible, the centre is located next to a 130-km (81-mi.) cycling trail joining the city of Edmundston, New Brunswick, to Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec.
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 centre also contains a souvenir shop, with picnic tables and a playground on the grounds. This site is also near the popular pedestrian bridge that crosses the Madawaska River, leading to the downtown area.