Don’t Miss These NB Attractions!
Set in Atlantic Canada, New Brunswick is a gorgeous province and home to major cities like St. John and Fredericton.
If you’re looking to explore the area, an action-packed Southern New Brunswick Drive Tour awaits – with several stops to look forward to.
Set in Moncton at the intersection of Route 126 and Route 2, Magnetic Hill is famous illusion ideal for a road trip. For a forgettable fee, you may drive to the top of the hill, put your vehicle in neutral, and find yourself being pulled uphill by some serious magic forces. Do try it!
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Found on the Bay of Fundy, Hopewell Rocks are these distinct rock formations decorating Rocks Provincial Park. Visit this Moncton park from mid-May to mid-October and check out the rocks – and stick around for beach lounging, kayaking, hiking, and biking.
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New Brunswick Museum
This is the ultimate historic site for travelers of New Brunswick. Established in 1842, the New Brunswick Museum is located in the amazing city of Saint John – and happens to be Canada’s longest running museum.
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Beaverbrook Art Gallery
New Brunswick’s provincial art gallery, Beaverbrook Art Gallery – of course commemorating Lord Beaverbrook – was founded in Fredericton in 1959. The museum features the awesome TD Sculpture Garden, the 4,000-piece permanent collection, and over 300 item from Lord Beaverbrook’s personal collection.
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Woodstock Victorian Walking Tour
A gorgeous historic town, Woodstock doesn’t mind showing off its Victorian architecture. Explore these historic and stunning structures with the Woodstock Victorian Walking Tour – spanning from the L.P. Fisher Public Library to the 1839 Connell House.
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