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Whale watching is popular in New Brunswick and the sightings always awe-inspiring

Enjoy the best that nature has to offer at the one and only Hopewell Rocks

The province is famous for its covered bridges, like this one in Hartland

Experience vistas galore like this one in Grand Manan

Experience the rare phenomenon known as The Reversing Falls in Saint John

One of the many gems in NB is the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton

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Get ready to say “wow” a lot in New Brunswick


There are five scenic drives in New Brunswick that all deliver “aha” moments.


For starters, few places on Earth are as awe-inspiring as New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy. One of the best places to experience the Bay of Fundy tides is at The Hopewell Rocks, where you can walk around the famous “flowerpot rocks” at low tide then watch them slowly disappear.


You can also get up close and personal with a billion years of Earth’s history at Stonehammer Geopark, North America’s first UNESCO supported geopark, or get off the beaten path and explore amazing places of the Biosphere Reserve.


A drive along New Brunswick’s Acadian coast will immerse you in vibrant communities where museums, historic sites and living-history villages bring the Acadians’ remarkable 400-year-history to life.

If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and let your hair down, you’ll be happy to know there are over 50 beaches in New Brunswick. Aside from soaking in the sun and sights, you’ll likely find amazing tidal pools, ancient fossils—and more.

And the parks! Although each one is unique – from Fundy National Park to Sugarloaf to Mactaquac – they all have something special in common. They all have natural wonders that are worth seeing. Get ready to inhale a lungful of clean air and to see a blanket of stars in the sky.

As you can see, nature is big in New Brunswick but there are urban sights and sounds that you’ll want to add to your “must see” list. The province has several savvy cities where you can shop till you drop or watch world-class concerts and theatre performances.

Urban regions in New Brunswick like Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and Miramichi are places that offer top notch products and attractions; places where you can take the kids to the zoo or an amusement park; places where you can see history in action (and be part of it!); and places that offer unique culture and authentic cuisine—any time of year.

Speaking of unique, you’ll want to find the province’s famous covered bridges. Each has its own charm and story.

The beauty of New Brunswick is that you are never far away from seeing anything that will make your heart sing and your feet want to dance. This is just how it is in New Brunswick. So have your camera ready. The sights (and sounds) of New Brunswick are ready to be captured.


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