The best sightseeing in New Brunswick is along the bay's coastline, where beaches, lighthouses, sea stacks, cliffs, caves, scenic drives, and parks create a picturesque landscape.
Catching the tidal bore in Moncton or Saint John is an impressive sight, when river flows reverse with the rising tide.
The French defeat at the Battle of Restigouche on 8 July 1760 was damaging to the development of the settlement.
The Intercolonial Railway, however, was inaugurated in 1876 and Anglophone merchants developed the forestry industry in the early 20th century.
Along the coast, New Brunswick has a relatively mild maritime climate.
The Hopewell Rocks are a top sightseeing draw at both high and low tides.
At high tide, the Flowerpot Rocks look like tiny islands and kayakers paddle between them.
Carleton Martello Tower is just one of 16 such structures originally erected across Canada. Begin exploring the exhibits at the visitor centre.
Marvel at the tower’s arched ceiling, then climb to the top and treat yourself to a spectacular view of Saint John and the Bay of Fundy. For more rate information, please visit our website.
The Planetary and Space Science Centre (PASSC) opened in April, 2001 and was the first facility of its kind in Canada.