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Attractions, Activities & Festivals listed in Alphabetical order by City and Area


BATHURST

Pabineau Falls
Surrounded by enormous black rocks, the Nepisiguit River roars through three layers of black granite. Nature trails, gravel road.

Tetagouche Falls
3 footpaths lead to the river bed to admire these miniature waterfalls. Picnic area.

FESTIVALS:
Bathurst Hospitality Days
Bathurst Hospitality Days summer festival, held in the Downtown at the end of July. along the Harbourview Boulevard. Activities include fireworks, a parade, Hospitality Idol, basketball tournament, family activities and the Seaglass Festival.

Atlantic Winternationals
Held in February the Snowmobile drag racing on ice is a major International event. Situated in downtown Bathurst, at sea level and with perfect zamboni shaved ice, the event is known as the "fastest 1/8 mile on ice in the world".

The Canadian Dream / White Gold Snow Trek
3 days of snowmobiling in tnorthern New Brunswick. Includes 3 nights accommodation and activities.

BOUCHTOUCHE

Bouctouche is an Environment for Unique Discoveries!
* Festival des Mollusques (Shellfish Festival - July)
* Festival de la Folie des Arts de Bouctouche (Arts Festival - August )
* Farmers market (every Saturday)
* Irving Arboretum and Monument
* Camera museum
* Micmac Experience
* Golf Bouctouche(18 holes)
* Acadian Holiday (August 15)

Le Pays de la Sagouine
Located in Bouctouche 40 minutes north of Moncton. Created by renowned Acadian novelist, playwright and author Antonine Maillet. Le Pays is the island where Acadians celebrate. Animated Characters speak a colourful language rooted in the Acadian culture.

Irving Eco-Centre, La dune de Bouctouche
The centre preserves and restored one of the few remaining great sand dunes on the northeastern coastline of North America and provides opportunities to learn more about the dune and its ecology. The white sand dune stretches 12 km across Bouctouche Bay and is a result of the constant action of wind, tides and sea currents since the last ice age.

CAMPBELLTON

FESTIVALS:
Salmon Festival
The annual celebration of the world-famous Restigouche Atlantic Salmon. Many events, new and traditional, are organized for everyone's enjoyment during the Festival - end of June to beginning of July. Events include a 10 km Road Race, Miss and Little Miss Salmon Festival Pageant, Canada Day Celebrations with giant fireworks, salmon suppers, the biggest street closure with food, fun and music. Largest parking lot party and a gigantic parade.

Snow-Fest
Held during the last week of February. Fun activities for all and two days of snowmobile Ice Drag Races.

CAP PELE

Join in the Joie de Vivre:
* Craft Fair (July)
* Sunday Nights on the Corner (July - August)
* Deuxieme boucane Community Theatre (July)
* Dupuis Corner Frolic (August)
* Blessing of the Fleet (August)
* Aboiteau Beach Celebrations (lots of music, dancing, and karaoke nights!)
* ACAPELE Guided Tours (visit an Acadian fishing village)

Plage de l'Aboiteau
Open June to Sept for family fun, entertainment and the latest in ecotourism. 40 modern cottages walking distance to everything. The beach complex features a change area, washrooms, showers, over 5.2 km of beautiful sandy beaches and warm saltwater swimming.

CARAQUET

Village Historique Acadien
Exhibits portray the lives of Acadians between 1770 and 1939. Includes schedules, rates, tours, educational programs and directions

Acadian Wax Museum
The museum open from June until Sept. has 86 figures in 23 scenes representing Acadia from 1604 to 1761, from the first to arrive on the continent to the return of the Acadians deported in 1755. 50 min.visit with audio guide (French, English and German).

FESTIVALS:
* FestiVin Wine Festival (May to June - 9 days)
* Caraquet Bike and Lobster Weekend (June - 2 days)
* Folk Festival of the World in Acadie, Village Historique Acadien (July - 4 days) 
* Festival des arts visuels en Atlantique Visual Arts Festival (July - 4 days)
* Festival Acadien (August - 2 weeks)
* Caraquet Show and Shine Antique Cars (September - 3 days)
* Festival acadien de poesie, Poetry Festival (October - 5 days)
* Agricultural Fair, Village Historique Acadien (September - 8 days)

Le Festival acadien de Caraquet
More than 200 Acadian and francophone singers, musicians, actors, dancers, visual artists and writers gather in August. The blessing of the fleet, outdoor concerts, folk celebrations, cabarets, family concerts, theatre, classical concerts, musical fireworks and the famous Tintamarre marking the national day on August 15, combine to make Caraquet's Festival acadien the largest annual celebration of Acadian culture.

DALHOUSIE

FESTIVALS:
Festival Bon Ami Get Together
The festival includes a number of daily events inclluding children's activities, rally and contests, social evenings, pageants and a parade.

Baie des Chaleurs Chamber Music Festival
Chamber Musicians from Canada and abroad. An enchanted setting.. Our public youth music appreciation program appeals to the music lovers of tomorrow.

DIEPPE

Crystal Palace Amusement Park
A multi-faceted entertainment complex, featuring an indoor roller coaster as well as dozens of rides and games. During the summer enjoy the outdoor amusement park with a ferris wheel, go-carts and bumper boats.

FESTIVALS:
Dieppe International Kite Festiva
Largest international kite festival in North America

Dieppe Friendship Carnival
Winter Carnival with activities for the whole family

EDMUNDSTON

The New Brunswick Botanical Garden
17 acres of relaxation and a centre for the study of nature. Over 80,000 plants - Roses, rhododendrons, luxuriant annuals and perennials. Stroll through the arboretum to the edge of the blooming stream, to the sounds of Bach, Mozart and Vivaldi. Free parking, restaurant, gift shop and guide service available.

De la République Provincial Park
44 hectares of first class facilities. Camping, Antique Automobile Museum, pool, tennis and more. Next to the New Brunswick Botanical Garden. the Park is a unique recreational facility, on the banks of the Madawaska River.

FESTIVALS:
Salon du Livre
An annual show to promoting reading. Local, national and international works. Over 5,000 visitors take part in this 4 day event that draws publishing houses and authors

Salon de la Foret
A unique fair with over 60 demos and activities presented by members of the forestry industry. An educational and interactive experience.

La Foire Brayonne
This festival offers 3 main programs: concerts, cultural activities and sports events. The Foire Brayonne occupies the hearts of Brayons and Brayonnes, celebrating their francophone heritage, culture and joie de vivre.

Madawaska Regional Fair
This 4 day agricultural fair highlights the region's natural resources, wildlife, and more. It features riding and dairy animal competitions, commercial exhibits and other family activities.

Festival Jazz & Blues d'Edmundston
4 days of live performances of the best Jazz & Blues with local and other Cannadian Artists.

FREDERICTON

Beaverbrook Art Gallery
Open year round featuring Canadian and New Brunswick artists and a large collection of 16th - to 20th century British and European paintings, including Boudin, Dali, Krieghoff, Hilliard, Hogarth, Reynolds and Gainsborough.

Historic Garrison District
A national historic site and Fredericton's premier cultural and festival centre. Located along the river in the downtown, the Garrison District recalls the drama, the glory and harsh reality of our military past.

'School Days' Museum
The museum contains a collection of artifacts, archives, books and furniture used in the public schools, teacher training and Department of Education in New Brunswick, dating back to the mid-19th century.

Soldiers' Barracks
A 1827 three-storey stone structure built by the British Army to accommodate more than 200 British soldiers. One barrack room has been restored to illustrate the building's original use.

The Guard House
The restored Orderly Room in the Guard House, with its nominal rolls and leave passes, looks much as it did in 1829 when it was first occupied by the 1st Battalion of the Rifle Brigade.

NB Sports Hall of Fame
The John Thurston Clark Memorial Building which houses the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. Dedicated to celebrating New Brunswick's rich sports heritage.

York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum
Inside the one time Officers' Quarters is a museum operated by the York Sunbury Historical Society. The domestic and military history of the city of Fredericton and surrounding area is told.

Officers' Square
A centre of militia activity when Fredericton was garrisoned by the British Army from 1785 to 1869, and by the Canadian Army from 1883 to 1914. July/ugust it is the site for outdoor summer concerts, the Changing of the Guard ceremony, daily outdoor theatre, and a variety of festivals and events.

Kingswood Park
Open year round and Fredericton's largest, one-stop family entertainment centre. 30 lanes of Candlepin bowling and six lanes of 10-pin bowling, climbing structure, inflatable airplane and bouncy castle, fun games, banquet and birthday room, food court, a world-class gymnastics facility and state-of-the art fitness center and a championship 18-hole public golf course designed by Graham Cookie featuring five-tee decks ranging from 5600 - 7100 yards, driving range and power cart rentals.

Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
Open year round and the seat of government in New Brunswick since 1882. Visitors welcome and tours are available when the legislature is not in session. The library which contains more than 30,000 books.

Christ Church Cathedral
Built between 1845-53 and the first new cathedral foundation on British soil since the Norman Conquest in 1066, under the auspices of Bishop John Medly (the first Bishop of Fredericton). His exquisite cenotaph is at the east end of the cathedral. Guided Tours. A National Historic Site.

Old Government House
Built between 1826-28 as the home of the New Brunswick's lieutenant-governor and governors, now a national and provincial historic site. The 11-acre site on the banks of the St. John River was once the location of the 17th-century Acadian settlement known as Saint-Anne. The building was restored in 1999 to its earlier splendor and is the office and residence of New Brunswick's lieutenant-governor. It features New Brunswick art and craft displays.

Hartt Island
An outdoor activity park (Bucket Club): boat rides, bass fishing, waterslides, canoes, kayaks, golf balls, walking and biking trails, and camping.

Kings Landing Historical Settlement
Kings Landing depicts the 100 year transformation of a young colony into a vibrant nation. Witness the creaking wagons pulled by trotting work horses, the whooshing of hoop skirts, and the distant melodies from lively fiddlers and dancing townsfolk and the bustle of farm life. Learn how ordinary people lived and worked in the 19th century. 70 historic buildings, complete with artifacts, furniture, tools and equipment. The history is real, the stories you hear are true. Staff are trained and immersed in the 19th century to provide you, the visitor, with an authentic visit to New Brunswick in the 1800s.

FESTIVALS:
Outdoor Summer Concerts
Free live concerts Tuesday and Thursday evenings (Wednesday lunch) at the Officers' Square.

New Brunswick Summer Music Festival
The best in live chamber music. The festival draws from local talent, combined with some of the finest young Canadian musicians on the international concert circuit.

Fredericton Exhibition (FREX)
Includes an agriculture exhibition, a Draft Horse Show, commercial exhibits, Horticulture, Floriculture, Home Economics and Handicrafts, Harness Racing, free daily stage show, petting zoo and pony rides, midway, feature outside attractions, and NB craft people.

Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival
This event features world-class musicians and up-and-coming Atlantic Canadian artists for five days and nights of slick jazz, gritty blues, spicy Cajun, world beat music and more. Events for all ages.

Whisky, Spirits and Liqueurs Festival
This festival offers some of the finest Spirits, Single Malt Whiskies, blended Scotches, Cognacs, Brandies and Liqueurs. Enjoy samplings and informative seminars by experts about your favorite libations. NB Liquor store on site with discounts on show products.

City Hall, Clockworks & Bicentennial Tapestries
The oldest City Hall in use in the Maritimes. Tour the Council Chamber where a series of tapestries, 'The Last 200 Years', are permanently displayed.

Lighthouse on the Green
Fredericton's downtown lighthouse fun for the whole family! Yummy treats or lunch items, special Fredericton souvenirs, visitor information and tickets for local day adventures and special events.

Science East
Over 100 hands-on exhibits teaching the basics of science in a fun & entertaining way. An outdoor playground, many special events, exhibits, lectures, workshops and demos, located in the former York County Jail and many of the original features have been preserved - the cells, with barred doors, now house interactive exhibits.The original pressed-tin ceiling panels and wooden floors can still be seen.

W.W. Boyce Farmers' Market
Open every Saturday, 6 am to 1 pm since 1951 with over 200 vendors.

Boss Gibson's Marysville (National Historic District)
One of Canada's best preserved examples of a 19th-century mill town, Marysville is designated a National Historic District by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.

TreeGo
Set in the treetops of Mactaquac Provincial Park. Fun, freedom and personal reward are what TreeGo is about. These aerial adventure courses offer a diverse and exciting experience with the comfort of knowing that you're attached to continuous safety cables.

GAGETOWN

Gagetown Marina
The Marina is situated on Gagetown Creek, accessible by boat or by car. Features floats and moorings for day/overnight/short-term or seasonal dockings. Other amenities include gas/diesel, pump outs, showers, laundromat, hydro and water, a dockside bar and marine supplies store. Nearby a large grocery store/meat market, liquor store, bank and post office.

Gagetown Lighthouse
Established in 1895 beside the Gagetown Cable Ferry, and renovated in 1984. Operates seasonally.

Queens County Historical Society & Museum
National & provincial historical sites, including the 1818 birthplace of Sir Leonard Tilley, renowned Father of Confederation, and a restored country Court House. The home contains furnishings of both the Loyalist and Victorian periods. Allow 1 hour. Open June to Sept. Off season by appointment.

Robertson's Point Lighthouse
Now an automated navigational beacon. This lighthouse was originally built in 1873 and replaced in 1963. It features a white and red horizontal striped cylindrical concrete tower.

Fanjoys Point Lighthouse
It is now an automated navigational beacon. The lighthouse was originally built in 1873 and replaced in 1971. It features a white and red horizontal striped cylindrical concrete tower.

Long Creek Covered Bridge
Built in 1939 by Howe Truss with a span of 136' and a length of 225'8"

Canaan River Covered Bridge
This bridge has a span of 164' and a length of 168', this bridge was built by Howe Truss in 1927.

Lakeside Park
Unsupervised freshwater beach, change house, washrooms, and picnic areas.

GRANDFALLS

Grand Falls Gorge (Falls and Gorge Commission)
The water has carved out a unique natural feature known as the gorge. The gorge encircles half of the town. There are 253 steps down to the well-in-the-rocks. Information centre, gift shop, canteen and interpretive display. There is a pontoon boat tour, a campground and a guided walking tour of the gorge.

FESTIVALS:
Regional Potato Festival
Beer Garden on Broadway, Family-day (Canada Day) fireworks, music every night (local bands, tributes, etc.), Miss Grand Falls Pageant and different potato activities.

HARTLAND

Hartland, the smallest town in New Brunswick. Its early settlers were loyalist with William Orser and his six children being the first settlers. William's first wife died and he married Mary Blake Craig, who also had six children. To complete the story William and Mary had six more children. Mary Blake Craig Orser is called the "Mother of Hartland."

Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company - Hartland, NB
Watch how potato chips are made and sample them fresh off the line. Educational videos and displays provide insight into interesting facts about New Brunswick agriculture and the history of potato chips. Find out more about the longest covered bridge in the world, located here in Hartland. Gift shop.

The Hartland Covered Bridge - Hartland, NB
The 1,282 foot Bridge is the longest covered bridge in the world. Originally constructed by the Hartland Bridge Company and opened in 1901.

HOPEWELL CAPE

The Hopewell Rocks
At low tide, explore quiet coves with flowerpot-shaped rock formations bearing curious names like 'Mother-in-Law', 'ET' and 'Lover's Arch'. Then, as the tide shifts, experience the wonder of nature as 100-billion tonnes of water slowly fills the Bay of Fundy. These are the highest tides in the world. And they happen twice a day....every day.

Albert County Museum
Canada's 11th Prime Minister, R.B. Bennett, came from Albert County, along with a colorful procession of pioneers, artisans, explorers, shipbuilders, farmers, a few charlatans and one convicted axe murderer. They all live on at the Albert County Museum. Two buildings, the County Gaol and the old Municipal Building were built in 1845. The County Court House, was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1904. The centre became a museum in 1962.

LAMEQUE

* Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula,Discover some of Nature's secrets
* The Miscou Lighthouse, The oldest operating lighthouse in the Maritimes
* Camping Ile Lameque, just steps away from the sea
* The Peat Moss Festival (July)

FESTIVALS:
Festival international de musique baroque de Lameque
The Baroque Music Festival is an exceptional artistic event, unique in Canada, offering works of the Baroque Period (1600-1750). Concerts held in the Ste-Cecile Church, a tourist attraction by itself. Festival Baroque offer concerts, brunch, conference and even boat tours.

Festival provincial de la tourbe de Lameque (Peat Moss Festival)
This festival honours the pioneers of the peat moss industry in the region. Some activities include: dance, softball tournament, peat moss tours, comedy show and a bazaar.

MIRAMICHI

Ritchie Wharf Park
A Shipbuilding theme park on the waterfront. Boardwalk, playground, amphitheatre, boat launch, docking facilities and boat charters. Restaurant, cafe/tea room, gift shop, dairy bar, artists' gallery. Visitor information centre.

FESTIVALS:
Canada's Irish Festival on the Miramichi
A celebration of our culture and heritage through song, dance and cultural workshops. Workshops include dancing, tin whistle, genealogy, folklore, history, literature and New Brunswick Archives.

The Miramichi Exhibition
This 5 day exhibition offers the thrill of the midway, outdoor entertainers and educational livestock displays.

Downtown Miramichi Rock 'n' Roll Festival
A 5 day event featuring music from the 50s and 60s. Street dance, variety show, outdoor concert, adult dances and a Golden Oldie Car Show featuring cars from all over Canada.

Miramichi Scottish Festival
Activities focusing on the preservation and promotion of Scottish culture and heritage. Highland dancing events, ancient games competition and demonstrations workshops, kilt makers and other vendors of special Scottish crafts.

46th Annual Miramichi Folksong Festival
Celebrating authentic, traditional and contemporary music, starting on New Brunswick Day each year. Breakfast, open-air concert, noon luncheons with live music, children's show. Five days of wonderful folk music and a special multicultural night.

White Gold Festival
Skate on frozen ponds, snowmobile over snow-packed trails and sleigh rides.

SaddleTramp Stables Blackville, NB
Guided trail rides and overnight rough camping rides. Beautiful scenery and you views of the Miramichi wilderness. Pony rides. No experience necessary. Includes 30 minute instruction.

MONCTON

Magnetic Hill
Is it magnetic or magic? Figure it out. Drive to the foot of the hill, put gear in neutral, and sit tight while you coast uphill! Still baffled? watch other cars, trucks, even tour buses repeat the stunt!

Magic Mountain Water Theme Park
Wet, wild and wonderful! Waterslides, kiddies slides, wave pool and lazy river. There is also a mini-golf course, arcade, gift shops and picnic area. Entrance through a replica of a Mississippi paddle wheeler, The Empress of New Brunswick

Musee acadien - Universite de Moncton
Founded in 1886 and open year round the Museum owns a collection of over 35,000 objects related to the Acadians of the Maritimes. A historical overview of the Acadians as well as the culture.

FESTIVALS:
Atlantic Seafood Festival
A seafood extravaganza promoting delectable seafood and bringing together Atlantic Canada's top musicians and celebrity chefs from around the world.

Annual Moncton YWCA Quilt Sale and Exhibition
Recognized as the largest Quilt show in the East. The 3 day event attracts 5,000 visitors. A cultural event with a country-store atmosphere, unique needlework items for sale, quilting demonstrations and an exhibition of special applique quilts.

NEGUAC

The Experience Gets Better the longer you Stay!

* Capitale des Savoie monument in the park
* Festival Rendez-Vous (July)
* Lobster Evolution Tour (The history of lobster fishing from 1860-2003)
* La Plage de la facterie a Bastien (15 minutes)
* MacDonald Farm Historic Site (20 minutes)

FESTIVALS:
Rendez-Vous Neguac
Organize and encourage the tourism industry by social, cultural and sporting events.

Giant Pumpkin Provincial Festival
The Neguac festival started in 1995 - iattracts competitors and spectators from all over the province. One winning pumpkin tipped the scales at 719 lbs. A new provincial record was established with a squash weighing 854 lbs. Musical entertainment.

PERTHANDOVER

Don't Leave Without Seeing!

* The Historical Museum. In the old 1837 Methodist Church
* The Court House Built in 1876
* Wednesday evening entertainment at the Bandstand
* Perth-Andover Festival (August 1-3)

REXTON

Adventure Flows Through Rexton!

* Canoeing and Kayaking on the Richibucto River
* Rexton Homecoming Festival
* Dive Site of an Old Sunken Ship

RICHIBUCTO

The Perfect Starting Point for!

* Louis J. Robichaud Park
* St.-Louis-de-Gonzague Church
* Richibucto Town Hall Lighthouse
* The St. Ignace Golf Course
* The Irving Eco-Centre, La Dune de Bouctouche
* Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada

FESTIVALS:
Richibucto Scallop Festival
Illuminated boat parade, fishing and boat races.

ROGERSVILLE

The Perfect Starting Point for!

* Possibility of private retreats at the monasteries
* Woodsmen Festival (June)
* Collette Parish Picnic (July)
* Brussels Sprouts Festival (July -August)
* Mini-golf and fishing
* Bluegrass Music Festival (August)
* Acadieville Parish Picnic (August)
* Guided tours (June 15-September)
* Our Lady of Assumption Novena (August)

FESTIVALS:
Festival des choux de Bruxelles (Brussels Sprouts Festival)
Activities for all ages.

SACKVILLE

* Tantramar Wetlands Centre
* September Fall Fair (September)
* The Craft Gallery
* Trans-Canada Trail
* Campus Swan Pond
* Sackville Harness Shop
* Hometown Tea with the Mayor

Sackville Waterfowl Park
Open year-round. An opportunity to view the birds, waterfowl and wildlife that inhabit the Tantramar Marsh. 3 km of boardwalk and trails equipped with rest benches, viewing areas, and interpretive signs that take visitors into the wetland habitat. Lookouts, rest areas, picnic grounds.

FESTIVALS:
Sackville Fall Fair
Featuring local entertainment, parade, art show, craft sale, antique tractor show, roving poets and more

SAINT JOHN

New Brunswick Museum
Canada's oldest museum featuring the Changing Earth Geology Gallery and the Hall of the Great Whales and Birds of New Brunswick. A gallery on Wind, Wood and Sail - depicts the shipbuilding industry in New Brunswick from the 1820s to 1870s.

Saint John City Market
The oldest market in Canada is open year round. The building constructed in 1875-76 includes country vendors, green grocers, butchers, fish stalls, cafes, souvenirs and crafts people. The rafters resemble the inverted hull of a ship.

Reversing Falls
The Bay of Fundy tides cause the St. John River to change its directional flow as they rise and fall. There are two different points of view: from the observation deck above the restaurant and from Fallsview Park.

Cherry Brook Zoo
The first accredited zoo in Atlantic Canada dealing only in exotic and endangered animal species from tigers to monkeys. It houses over 38 species and over 100 animals. Free parking, public washrooms, picnic areas, canteen facilities, birthday parties and gift shop. Endangered Species Awareness Centre.

Rockwood Park
This attraction offers fun and outdoor adventure. Swimming, camping, golf, canoeing, hiking. With the first snowfall, Rockwood is transformed into a winter wonderland. Enjoy sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, and skating. In spring, 2,200 acres of budding leaves and blooming wildflowers welcome.

Irving Nature Park 'The Saint John Eco-Tourism Destination'
A haven for wildlife, seabirds, seals and minutes from downtown Saint John. A 600-acre site of volcanic rock and forest along the Bay of Fundy.

FESTIVALS:
Festival By The Sea
National performing arts festival presenting over 100 performances. All styles of music and dance, including children's entertainment.

Marathon by the Sea
The annual marathon, half-marathon and five miler will be held at Market Square with the start/finish line and a start time of 8:00 am.

BMO Nesbitt Burns Saint John Jazz and Blues Festival
World-class jazz-and-blues artists from coast-to-coast. Multiple venues throughout downtown

Loyalist Heritage Festival
An opening day parade with a large contingent of Shriners. 4 days with a Loyalist landing, lectures, displays and buskers in King's Square.

Atlantic National Exhibition
A 6 day fair including agricultural awareness, horse racing, competitive horse shows, quilting displays, midway rides, stage show, and more.

SHEDIAC

* Parlee Beach Provincial Park
* Shediac Island
* Shediac Bay Marina

Sandspit Amusement Park
Rides available are Can-Am racers (over 57 inches), bumper boats (over 48 inches), minigolf (18 holes-family), five-childrens' rides, skeet ball and old fashion games, arcade, canteen and patio.

Shediac Bay Cruises - 60 Pointe du Chene Wharf Road, Pointe du Chene, NB
Since 1998 aboard the SEASCAPE DIVERS, a 40 foot converted traditional Lobster boat with a capacity of 14 passengers with lobsters as the main focus.tours. In May of 2002 the AMBASSADOR with a capacity of 65 pax. was added. Offering a variety of packages, Lobster, Action Fishing, a Relaxing Cruise or a Private Charter

FESTIVALS:
Shediac Lobster Festival
An annual event held in July. Discover ther lobster and Acadian culture. Parades, races, entertainment and fireworks

ST. ANDREWS

* Historic shopping district
* Personal interpretation at several national and provincial historic sites, churches, museums, science centres and the aquariums
* Studios and galleries featuring local artists and artisans
* Workshops in the arts and marine sciences
* Seaside cafes and fine dining

Kingsbrae Garden
An enchanting 27-acre horticultural masterpiece. Magnificent collections of over 50,000 flowers, plants and shrubs in this artfully designed garden. Dine in the Garden Cafe, view works of local artists. Gift shop.

FESTIVALS:
Atlantic Aquaculture Fair
Exposition, trade show, conference and workshops regarding aquaculture industry.

ST. GEORGE

* Bass Fishing
* Retail Salmon Smokers and Smoked Salmon
* Canada's Oldest Presbyterian Kirk
* Ducks Unlimited Walking Path
* Music Fest
* St. George Gorge
* Family Fun Days

SUSSEX

* The New Brunswick Antique Automotive Club Flea Market (August)
* Heritage Walking Tour
* An Eastwind Cycle Bicycle Tour
* The Princess Louise Show Centre Equestrian Events
* The Annual Kings County Studio Tour (Spring and Fall event)

FESTIVALS:
Atlantic Balloon Fiesta
Over 30 hot-air balloons launched twice daily (weather permitting). Festival includes Maritime Craft Show, antique and classic car show, non-stop activities daily, parachute demonstrations, helicopter rides. A parade, opening ceremony, ribbon burning, balloon release, etc.

TRACADIESHEILA

* The Acadian Show (August)
* En musique, fetons l'Acadie (Acadian classical and folksong concert, August)
* Grand Concert d'orgues (October)
* Festival la Moisson d'art (October)
* Val-Comeau and Facterie a Bastien Beaches

FESTIVALS:
Ruee Tracadie-Sheila
An annual gathering of 30,000 persons circulating on Main Street. Local and other artists and craftsman entertain and sell their crafts.

Celebration of Acadian Day
Several activities organized to celebrate the Acadian culture.


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