New Brunswick tourist information with details about travel to and
around New Brunswick. Where to stay and what to see is made easier with insider tips and
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The capital of New Brunswick is
New Brunswick Background Information
New Brunswick, the largest of Canada's three Maritime provinces, is
nestled under Quebec's Gasp� Peninsula and beside the State of Maine.
Its northern border also includes the Restigouche River and the Baie
New Brunswick has some fabulous beaches and the world's highest tides
(on the Bay of Fundy).
Government of New Brunswick:
New Brunswick was one of the first provinces, along with Ontario, Qu�bec and Nova Scotia,
to join together to form the Dominion of Canada in 1867.
Where to Stay in New Brunswick
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Accommodation in New Brunswick
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in Saint John.
What to See in New Brunswick
If you have the time, New Brunswick has a number of popular
tourist attractions to visit:
Art Gallery (Fredericton).
Cape Jourimain Nature
Centre (Moncton to Prince Edward Island).
National Park (Between Saint John and Moncton).
Rocks (Between Moncton and Fundy NP).
Landing Historical Settlement (Trans Canada Highway 2, west of Fredericton).
National Park (Route 117, near St-Louis).
La Dune de Bouctouche (North
Mactaquac Provincial Park
(24km west of Fredericton).
Magic Mountain Water Park
(Magnetic Hill, near Moncton).
Hill Zoo (Moncton).
New Brunswick Botanical
Garden (St-Jacques, north of Edmundston).
Museum (Saint John).
(Pointe-du-Ch�ne - Route 15, NE of Moncton).
Waterfowl Park (Trans Canada Highway 2, SE of Moncton).
Reversing Falls (Fallsview Ave).
Historique Acadien (Near Caraquet - NE New Brunswick).
Official New Brunswick Tourist Information
The major populated areas in New Brunswick are Saint John, Moncton and Fredericton.
Experience the highest tides on the planet on the Bay of Fundy or the magnificence of
Chaleur Bay; designated as one of the most beautiful in the world.
Tourist Office Website
What to Do in New Brunswick
of Bundy Cycling Tour:
The goal is to circle the entire inner area of the famed Bay of Fundy. This tour is for
experienced cyclists. Moderate riders prepared for taking a bit more time and 'getting
there when they get there' should also do well.
Tall Ship Whale
If you're over in St. Andrews, on Passamaquddy Bay (west of Saint John), the 'Jolly
Breeze' (a 72 foot gaff rigged square rigged cutter) makes three daily departures from mid
June to mid October.
Getting To and Around New Brunswick
New Brunswick by Air
New Brunswick has a number of airports, for those who like to fly: Bathurst Airport (ZBF), Charlo Airport (YCL),
Chatham Airport (YCH), Fredericton
Airport (YFC), Gagetown Airport (YCX), Moncton
International Airport (YQM), Saint John
Airport (YSJ) and St. Leonard Airport (YSL).
Air St-Pierre also flies
from Moncton to St-Pierre and Miquelon, a part of France in North America, just south of
Newfoundland Island; with connections to Halifax and Sydney (Nova Scotia), Montreal (Quebec) and St. John's (Newfoundland).
New Brunswick by Road
If you're travelling by car New Brunswick is connected to Quebec (through Edmondston) on Canada 20 and Route 185.
There are a number of routes into the province from Maine (it's a good day's
drive on the I-95 from Boston, Massachusetts) and
you can even continue on from Moncton to Halifax, in Nova
Scotia; or Charlottetown, on Prince Edward
New Brunswick by Train
For rail travellers, VIA Rail Canada's Ocean train goes from
Halifax to Quebec City and Montreal; via Sackville, Moncton, Rogesville, Newcastle,
Bathurst, Jacquet River, Charlo, Campbellton and Matapedia.
From Matapedia (on the New Brunswick/Quebec border), you could even
hop onto the Chaleur; if
you fancy travelling along Quebec's Gasp� Peninsula.
View a graphical weather forecast for the week ahead in New Brunswick.
7-Day Weather Forecasts For New Brunswick
New Brunswick Weather Videos
Fredericton; Moncton; Saint John.
Weather in Neighbouring Provinces
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec.
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