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New Brunswick Museum

Canada's oldest museum is open year round and features the Changing Earth Geology Gallery as well as natural science areas including the Hall of the Great Whales and Birds of New Brunswick. A creative gallery on Wind, Wood and Sail – depicts the bustling shipbuilding industry in New Brunswick from the 1820s to 1870s.

Rates:  Admission charged
Seniors/Student & Family Rates



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, cafés, souvenirs and crafts people. Note the rafters resembling the inverted hull of a ship.

Rates:  Free admission



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. (Observation deck closed from November to May and the restaurant is open year round).

Rates:  No charge.



Cherry Brook Zoo

This year round Attraction is 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 and a 1,600 square foot meeting facility.

Rates:  Admission charged
Seniors/Youth/Child/Group and Family Rates



Rockwood Park

The Heart of Nature in the Heart of Saint John. This attraction offers fun and outdoor adventure. Summer is playtime, with swimming, camping, golf, canoeing and more. Fall is hiking in breathtaking forest turned into a brilliant canopy of red, yellow, and gold. With the first snowfall, Rockwood is transformed into a winter wonderland. Enjoy sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, and skating. Finally, in spring, 890 hectares (2,200 acres) of budding leaves and blooming wildflowers welcome.

Rates:  Free



Irving Nature Park 'The Saint John Eco-Tourism Destination'

A special part of the Fundy Coast, this year round attraction is a haven for wildlife, seabirds, seals and just minutes from downtown Saint John. Enjoy and experience the various ecosystems that make up the 243-hectare (600-acre) site of volcanic rock and forest along the Bay of Fundy.

Rates:  Free


* FESTIVALS


Festival By The Sea

National performing arts festival presenting over 100 performances. All styles of music and dance, including children's entertainment.

Rates:  Admission charged



Marathon by the Sea

Our 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

Experience Saint John's most popular summer music festival. World-class jazz-and-blues artists from coast-to-coast. Multiple venues throughout downtown Saint John.



Loyalist Heritage Festival

Don't miss the opening day parade with a large contingent of Shriners right through the heart of uptown Saint John. Something for everyone over the 4 days with a Loyalist landing, lectures, displays and buskers in King's Square.



Atlantic National Exhibition

A 6 day fair that includes agricultural awareness, horse racing, competitive horse shows, quilting displays, midway rides, stage show, and more.

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