Things To Do in Fredericton
1. Bay of Fundy
One of the natural wonders of North America, you cannot visit Fredericton without a trip to the Bay of Fundy. As home to the highest tides on earth, you will have experiences here that cannot be found anywhere else on earth. Walk along the sea floor and then kayak through the ocean waves on the same day!
2. King's Landing
Pushing the boundaries of traditional living history museums, here you can go back to the 1800s and experience 150 years of history. King’s Landing offers fun for all the family with over 40 exhibits, costumed re-enactments, a children’s play park and even livestock. Don’t be surprised if you get asked to pitch in as you wander around the village!
3. Kouchibouguac National Park
Stretching along the gorgeous Acadian Coastal drive, this national park is the perfect stop for nature lovers. Camp under the stars, canoe to sandy barrier islands or ride one of the countless bike trails – the choice of how to explore Fredericton’s dramatic scenery is all yours.
4. Historic Garrison District
The birthplace of the Canadian military, the Garrison District is the heart of Fredericton’s culture and history. Discover what life was like in the city when it was a military garrison through musicians, artists, re-enactments and even an annual Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.
5. Cape Enrage
For panoramic views of the Bay of Fundy with a thrill-seekers twist, a stop at Cape Enrage is a must. Experience the awe-striking scenery from the sky on the 600-foot long zipline across the bay, or rappel 43m waterside rock cliffs for close-up views of the spectacular bay currents.