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  • 1 Beaverbrook Art Gallery Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    703 Queen St. CDN - Fredericton E3B 5A6

    Designed and financed by Lord Beaverbrook, the original structure was his gift to the people of New Brunswick. Opened in 1959 and expanded in 1983, the gallery is a major art centre of Atlantic Canada, featuring the donor's personally selected collec..

  • 2 Christ Church Cathedral (Fredericton) Interesting

    Religious buildings

    168 Church St. 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 timber houses and tall shady trees. Completed in 1853 the church, modelled after the parish church of St. Ma..

  • 3 Military Compound Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Queen St. 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..

  • 4 Legislative Building (Fredericton) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    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. This elegant edifice (1880) was built to replace the old Province Hall, destroyed by fire. The assemb..

  • 5 York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum

    Museums and art

    571 Queen St. CDN - Fredericton E3B 5C8

    This museum provides a portrait of the Fredericton area from its settlement by the Native American population to the present. Exhibits on the Loyalists and the garrison are included, and a World War I trench has been reconstructed. The mounted Colema..

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