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Dare the Dark With the Headless Nun – French Fort Cove Nature Park

Dare the Dark With the Headless Nun – French Fort Cove Nature Park

You never know when a spirit might pop up to say hello! Tour the depths of French Fort Cove as you uncover the legend of the Headless Nun. Was she killed for secrets about buried treasure or was she the victim of a madman? All the stories told are based on real dates and charactersContinue Reading

Folk Song Feast & Fun – Miramichi Folksong Festival

Folk Song Feast & Fun – Miramichi Folksong Festival

Come to New Brunswick and experience Canada’s longest running folk festival! Organizer Susan Butler is a grand host who bends your ear with stories and tunes originating from true Miramichi folklore. The experience kicks off with a delicious full-course meal and live music and continues with all kinds of lively events. Take a leisurely afternoonContinue Reading

Fish the Private Pools – Country Haven Lodge & Cottages

Fish the Private Pools – Country Haven Lodge & Cottages

A quiet afternoon on one of the world’s most renowned salmon rivers, the Miramichi, hums with the sound of wildlife and the soft lapping of waves against your canoe. There is a ‘zen’ quality to the moment as you cast a line and wait for a salmon to bite. You’ve had a busy day –Continue Reading

Tours through Time – Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre

Tours through Time – Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre

All aboard for a boat trip into history. The undisturbed 19th-century shipbuilding site is unique among the attractions you’ll tour, as is the combination of two distinctive national historic properties on one island. You’ll meet the ‘locals’ who appear as characters from the past, dressed in authentic costumes. You’ll visit with fur traders, craftsmen, settlersContinue Reading

Beaubears’ Big Canoe Adventure – Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre

Beaubears’ Big Canoe Adventure – Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre

A Voyageur canoe awaits as you prepare for a guided paddle to Beaubears Island and Wilson’s Point just as the original settlers would have done centuries ago. As your group paddles along in the canoe, your guides provide interpretation and share some of the rich history, energy and spirit of these two historic sites. AsContinue Reading

Down on the Farm – MacDonald Farm

Down on the Farm – MacDonald Farm

City folk spend the day helping around the farm and learning about this cherished way of life. Everyone pitches in with the chores! Feed the cows, horses, goats and chickens. Gather eggs from the hens and help out in the vegetable garden. Find out how our food is grown and why farms are still soContinue Reading

A Taste of Metepenagiag “Ookdotaan” – Metepenagiag Heritage Park

A Taste of Metepenagiag “Ookdotaan” – Metepenagiag Heritage Park

Your personal, guided tour of the 3,000-year-old Aboriginal community and Heritage Park begins with the heavenly aromas of the cooking fire and traditional food. It continues with a stop at the Interpretation Centre to view the exhibits and learn more about the lives of the people who called this land ‘home.’ Gather fresh ingredients forContinue Reading

Welcome to the World of Timbersports – Central New Brunswick Woodmen’s Museum

Welcome to the World of Timbersports – Central New Brunswick Woodmen’s Museum

Experience the excitement of world-class timbersports with this VIP access to a full day of competition events including the axe throw, hot saw and vertical chop! Details $15-30 / person Call for Experience

Follow the Steps of Charlotte Taylor – Tabusintac Centennial Library and Museum

Follow the Steps of Charlotte Taylor – Tabusintac Centennial Library and Museum

Step back in time with the famed ‘Mother of Tabusintac’, Charlotte Taylor, one of the first English settlers of the Tabusintac area and heroine of the bestselling novel “The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor,” written by Canadian journalist and author Sally Armstrong. View video readings by Ms. Armstrong as she shares some of her personalContinue Reading

Making a Memory – Doak House

Making a Memory – Doak House

When you visit the historic Doak site, you’ll learn the bygone arts of weaving, butter making and rug hooking by a costumed interpreter. You’ll tour a restored 19th-century barn and house on the site, and take an up-close look at furniture, dishes, linens and farming tools owned by Squire Doak, after whom the village ofContinue Reading