Things to see and do - Fredericton
Unmissable tourist sites
Fredericton Travel guide
Fredericton : Michelin's recommendations
Filed with historic buildings and landscaped areas, downtown Fredericton overlooks the Saint John River. Greater Fredericton is home to half of the province’s information technology, engineering, environmental and advanced training in technology industries. There is a youthfulness to this small city due, in large part, to its two universities and a variety of training colleges and institutes.
Tourist attractions Fredericton : Things to see and do
706 Queen St. CDN - Fredericton E3B 1C5
Opposite the Beaverbrook Art Gallery stands the stately Georgian seat of provincial government, with its classical dome and double-columned portico. Constructed of sandstone in 1880, this building replaced the old Province Hall, which was destroyed b..
168 Church Street CDN - Fredericton E3B 4C9
This elegant stone church, distinguished by a copper-green spire and pointed arch windows, is surrounded by large, attractive, Loyalist-built frame houses and tall shade trees. Completed in 1853 the church, modelled after the parish church of St. Mar..
Queen Street CDN - Fredericton E3B 4Y7
The central location of the former British military headquarters shows the importance of the infantry garrison in early Fredericton. (Today the country's major military training area-Canadian Armed Forces Base Gagetown-lies just to the southeast.) In..
225 Woodstock Road CDN - Fredericton NB E3B 2H5
Situated on the beautiful riverfront in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick, this luxury hotel offers exceptional service and a variety of modern amenities, all in the heart of the city. Every stay can be relaxing and enjoyable when at the Delta Fr..
659 Queen Street CDN - Fredericton NB E3B 5A6
Nestled along the Saint John River in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick, just steps from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, this hotel offers relaxing spa services and stunning views of the city. Crowne Plaza Fredericton Lord Beaverbrook features an ind..