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3 - 4 Days
Discover the culture and taste the flavours of the Saint John River Heritage Corridor.
Do our roots show? Definitely. Culture and inspiring landscapes meet here on Canada’s 38th Heritage River. This road trip has you eating, exploring and celebrating from end to end, with stops ranging from farmer’s markets and music fests to river ferries and historical re-enactments. Come along for the ride... the river is calling.
Near the borders of Quebec and Maine, Edmundston’s unique cultural influences are on display at every turn. Sip, savour and explore.
Microbrewery in the heart of downtown Edmundston; its variety of award-winning beers are Belgian-inspired but brewed with their very own taste and character.
Cultural space dedicated to the creation and diffusion of the arts; workshops, activities and concerts in various artistic fields.
Meet culinary artist Paula Lentz, whose comfort food with a contemporary twist is the driving force behind Café Flora at the New Brunswick Botanical Garden.
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
Reproduction of a blockhouse built in 1841 during the boundary dispute between the United States and England. Near the St. John and Madawaska rivers.
Experience nature’s magnificence firsthand. Here you’ll find New Brunswick’s largest waterfall and the gorge its roaring waters have created.
Explore into the fascinating geology of the Grand Falls Gorge on our expert guided tour, described with props and storytelling!
Step back in time in a charming, small-scale model village reconstructing the pioneers’ history of the community of Saint-François, formerly called Ledges.
Located across from the Falls and Gorge, discover interesting artifacts from the past and Ron Turcotte memorabilia from when he rode the famous horse Secretariat.
Your one-stop destination for summer fun. Outdoor activities, social activities, RV and tent and campsites. Come and relax on our beach!
Nestled in New Brunswick’s cosy countryside, this region is the agricultural belt of New Brunswick. Unique heritage and artisanal experiences await.
Learn from some of the market’s most creative artisans as they showcase their craft with demonstrations and hands-on activities.
The best of New Brunswick visual arts in the St. John River Valley. Exhibits, workshops, guest speakers and artistic events.
State-of-the-art discovery centre, antique farm machinery and recognition of those having made significant contributions to the potato industry.
Railway site showcasing a restored Canadian Pacific Railway station with 3 train cars, including a museum, fine-dining restaurant, information centre, gift shop, playground and picnic area.
New Brunswick’s riverfront capital, Fredericton is brimming with rich heritage. Outdoor concerts, riverside trails and delicious cuisine make this city a must-visit.
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
A bustling living history village and museum where visitors are immersed in the sights, sounds, colours and personalities of the past.
New Brunswick’s provincial art gallery, featuring exhibitions of historic and contemporary Canadian and European art, with a focus on New Brunswick and the Atlantic region.
NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
Museums, art galleries, heritage buildings, theatre performances and Changing of the Guard, all within a 2-block area of downtown Fredericton.
A Saturday morning year-round tradition for the past 60 years, the Fredericton market features a cornucopia of meats, vegetables, baking, ethnic foods, arts and crafts.
Go paddling, boating and touring for a unique way to explore the sights along the river’s idyllic southern stretch. Stop for wine-tasting and fresh fare along the way.
The riverside village of Gagetown is a gem worth discovering. Birdwatching, boating, shopping and dining are all here.
Eco-friendly pontoon boat tours on the Kennebecasis River. Relax, fish, sunbathe, swim and enjoy nature at its finest. All ages and abilities welcome.
Cable ferries will take you to friendly communities and bring countryside bliss to your drive along the mighty Saint John River.
Find the best of urban and rural New Brunswick, minutes away from Saint John; small-town charm with a cottage-country flavour.
Part of every road trip is exploring along the way. Each route offers something different,but these are some things to keep an eye out for the in the area.
Located in the heart of downtown, close to shopping centre and meeting facilities. On-site restaurant and lounge. Pool, fitness facilities, wireless Internet.
Friendly family campground located in town, near the waterfall and the Grand Falls Gorge. Walking trails provide access to lookouts along the famous gorge.
Fredericton's premier hotel. Indoor/outdoor pools, large riverside patio, restaurants, walking trail access. Amazing views of the Saint John River. Close to downtown.
Cosy, fully equipped cedar log cabins and "dream domes" on a 75-ha (185-acre) property surrounded by nature. Trails, swimming, hot tub, canoe rental, event space.
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