Located in the beautiful Memramcook Valley, known as the “Cradle of the New Acadia,” the Memramcook Visitor Information Centre is in the same building as the Monument Lefebvre National Historic Site, which houses an exhibit on the history and resilience of the Acadian people.
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
There is a large parking lot next to the building which is wheelchair accessible. The bilingual staff at the centre will counsel you on what to see and do in the area.
A magnificent 18-hole golf course, recognized for its exceptional features, sits on 210 h (520 acres) of land and boasts spectacular views. Visit Belliveau Orchard (orchard, market, winery and small café), where a wide variety of juices, wines and products fresh from the region are available. Immerse yourself in the history of the area by visiting the Memramcook Historical Society Museum.
In short, your visit to the Memramcook Information Centre will allow you to explore the history and culture that makes this small Acadian area thrive.