Fredericton - New Brunswick

Atlantic Canada's Riverfront Capital

Fredericton is New Brunswick's provincial capital. The non-industrial city is very peaceful and quite overlooking the Saint John River from the south bank. 20% of the residents who live in Fredericton work for the government.

Most of the city can be experienced in a 20 minute walk around the central area.

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Top attractions and places to visit

  • Old Government House
    This National and Provincial Historic Site, built in 1828, has been gloriously restored to its earlier splendour and is again the official residence and office of the Province's Lieutenant-Govenor.
  • Fredricton Botanic Garden
    The Garden entrance through the colourful shrub plantings at the Prospect Street parking lot leads to mature perennial beds and beyond to further shrub plantings, ponds, woodland trails and outstanding views across the river.
  • Ducks unlimited Conservation Centre
    Ducks Unlimited Centre is a great place to learn about the wonders of wetlands and why wetlands are important to wildlife, people and a healthy environment.
  • Kings Landing Historical Village
    At Kings Landing visitors are immersed in the sights, sounds, colours, and personalities which heralded the transformation of a young colony into a vibrant nation.
  • ... More visitor attractions in Fredericton ...
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Provincial Legislator Frozen Saint John River The city armoury Farmers Market Military barracks Horse and Sleigh Regent Street Foggy Night
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