New Brunswick Tourism & Travel Guide
Welcome to New Brunswick!
New Brunswick's varied landscape, coastal setting and charming, small-town atmosphere makes it a traveller's delight. Located southeast of Quebec, New Brunwick's mainland location makes it a gateway to Atlantic Canada. On the southern coast of New Brunswick is the Bay of Fundy, which is surrounded with sandstone cliffs and warm sandy beaches, and is home to Fundy National Park and Grand Manan Island. Situated a little further south is the charming town of St. Andrews, which has the distinction of being one of Canada's oldest seaside resort towns. Moncton is a major transportation and distribution centre for Atlantic Canada, with an international airport and bus and train terminals. Fredericton is New Brunswick's capital, and offers dozens of galleries and art museums. Saint John is New Brunswick's largest city and a popular port of call for cruise liners. While in New Brunswick be sure to visit the world's largest lobster in Shediac and tour the grand Victorian homes of Miramichi. The area is full of activities, and is best known for whale watching. Visitors can take a tour aboard a tall ship or explore the region by kayak.