Whether you're coming to visit -- for business or for pleasure-- (or your live here), this section has all of the
travel information for Fredericton and area. Here's the information about local area attractions, hotels and accommodations, city maps, and more.
Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:
Our wines are crafted with only the best fruit from Atlantic Canada using traditional techniques and a dedication to exceptional quality. With every glass of Happy Knight wine, you can taste the fruit of our success.
This Graham Cooke designed course is easy to walk yet challenging for all golfers. Considered one of the best kept secrets in Southeast New Brunswick.
Our wine selection strives to reveal and express the attributes and character of the apples, pears and cherries that grow in our orchards, as well as low-bush blueberries which we source locally.
18-hole course of, complete with driving range, equipment rentals, power &pull cart rentals, Pro Shop, CPGA licensed and a licensed lounge. Dress code applies.
Situated in the legendary Republic of Madawaska, the Fraser Edmundston Golf Club is an unforgettable golf experience. Designed by Albert Murray, the club is host to the 2002 Canadian Amateur Championship. Of special note are the Par-5 and P
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Here are some featured art galleries and stores selling paintings, fine art, prints, or sculpture:
Linda J. Bartlett, a resident of New Brunswick, completed 2 years of Fine Arts training at the Saint John Vocational School in the late 60s. She's been painting for the last 30 yrs, more frequently over the last 10 yrs.
Heather Page is an Atlantic Canadian artist, specializing in realistic drawings of animals and nature. Please visit her gift shop for art cards, prints and original artworks.
Here are some featured local festivals, inlcuding family, music, cultural, and historial ones: