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Come and browse one of Atlantic Canada's largest and oldest flea market, featuring 800 vendor lots; a major event for bargain hunters and treasure seekers!
Annual Scottish cultural festival hosted in Perth-Andover. Scottish highland games, rugby, kilted golf, falconry shows, whisky-tasting, fly-casting workshop, along with musical and dance performances.
Showcase for traditional and original Miramichi music. Museum artifacts, antique shop, and performance stage for local musicians and theatre group.
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.
Built in 1908, this covered bridge is 34 m (112 ft.) in length.
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
A bustling living history village and museum where visitors are immersed in the sights, sounds, colours and personalities of the past.
Railway site showcasing a restored Canadian Pacific Railway station with 3 train cars, including a museum, fine dining restaurant, information centre, gift shop and playground.
THE FOUR-SEASON PLAYGROUND -- A park showcasing 525 ha (1,300 acres) of outdoor adventure and wildlife. Enjoy the recreation centre, play golf, dine, hike, windsurf, camp, kayak, canoe, fish or swim. Open year-round
Built in 1923, this covered bridge is 18 m (59 ft.) in length.
Tourist information centre located in Perth-Andover and providing regional and provincial tourism publications, maps, travel assistance and information on attractions and events.
Itinerary linking Saint-Quentin’s 18 heritage sites, to be toured on foot, by car or by bicycle (brochures and rental bikes available at the Old Train Station Tourist Centre).
Traditional country fair. Agricultural displays, farm animals, competitions, music, entertainment and more.
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