Hotels in New Brunswick
New Brunswick has something for every type of traveler – your history buff, outdoor enthusiast or art aficionado. Check out some great attractions of this Maritime province like the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame in the capital city of Fredericton, or check out the Regional Potato Festival in Grand Falls.
History buffs will enjoy a stroll through the Madawaska Historical Museum in Edmundston, or the Connell House Museum in Woodstock – also home to a great walking tour.
Lounge on one of the many beaches in Dalhousie in the summer, or check out a hockey game at Harbour Station in Saint John. If you’re spending a few days in New Brunswick, try a visit to Moncton – otherwise known as Hub City.
Set in the eastern part of the province, Moncton is home to Centennial Park, the Magnetic Hill Illusion and the Magic Mountain Water Park. Take the family to this famous illusion right on the edge of Moncton, or head to Centennial Park no matter the season. Choose from boating, hiking, cross-country skiing and lounging on the beach, all while visiting Moncton in beautiful Atlantic Canada.
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Set in Atlantic Canada, New Brunswick is a gorgeous province and home to major cities like St. John and Fredericton
Road Tripping Across the Bay of Fundy
With waterways, forests and mountains in every direction, there’s no better way to check out the sights in New Brunswick than from your car. Pack up and hit the road for unforgettable memories to Canada’s best destinations. Start in Moncton and explore Hopewell Rocks, then head to the Fundy Trail for epic adventures and hikes. End the journey in Grand Manan or Fredericton, to see some awe-inspiring lighthouses and views.
Maritime Eats at Your Fingertips
Eat, drink and be merry all year long with some of the best cuisine in Canada. New Brunswick’s prime maritime location makes this destination all the buzz for everything under the sea and more. Along with fresh and farmed sustainable seafood, New Brunswick does not disappoint in the craft beer department, perfectly accompanying any dish. Dine along the water, head to family-owned restaurant, and take a bite of out of the Atlantic while in town.
Dance the Night Away
With Canada celebrating its 150-year birthday, there’s even more to celebrate. Get down, dance and enjoy the local music and art festivals in New Brunswick held all year long. From live jazz at the annual Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival, to FROSTival, Atlantic Canada’s largest winter festival in Fredericton, and Moncton’s HubCap Comedy Festival, there’s something cool to check out in every season.
The Great Outdoors Awaits
Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts will fall in love with New Brunswick all year long. Situated on the banks of the Bay of Fundy, challenge yourself to hike at Rockwood Park. Then swim, bike and simply relax on the sand and spend a day at one of Canada’s largest parks. Rappel the rocky cliffs at Cape Enrage, or try a zipline adventure above the Grand Falls Waterfall for an awe-inspiring view of Canada.
Rides, Attractions & Non-Stop Action
Traverse New Brunswick’s best family-friendly amusement parks to get the best thrills in town. Make a splash at Magic Mountain all summer long and ride down steep waterslides, swim in giant wave pools and hit the arcade for endless fun. Visit Crystal Palace Amusement Park for mini-golf, go-karts, movie theaters and the best roller coasters and rides in town that will leave the hair on your arms standing for days.