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Saint John

Between culture and a touch of modernity

Saint John is a sea port city along the Bay of Fundy. It is one of the oldest cities in New Brunswick and has the 3rd largest port in Canada. This is a perfect destination for a week-end as it is just about an hour drive from Fredericton.

Do you want to learn more about history, to live a shopping experience or to taste good food, just follow us !

Travel date: March 2020.

The city of Saint John

The New Brunswick Museum

It is one of the oldest museums in Canada, showcasing the rich cultural and natural history of the province of New Brunswick. In the heart of the “Market Square” you will be able to discover a beautiful exhibition center which opened its doors in 1996. Created on several levels, you will discover all the history of the province through exhibitions of paintings, but also of bones, exhibitions of birds, boats etc ...

Tya loved this visit. At the entrance of the museum there is a huge moose. For Tya it was magical to meet him because for her, it was "Sven" in th moovie Frozen! Also, by browsing the galleries you will find magnificent boats. Tya was impressed to see these large constructions and, according to her, also a big fan of “Moana”, it was an extraordinary discovery. The visit is really made for everyone and I recommend this place if you want to combine culture and discovery.

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- Saint John market -

If you want to to discover a variety of local and international delicacies, come to meet the local producers. You will live an experience of a thousand and one flavors. Open all year round from Monday to Saturday, you will find artisanal products as well. This small market in the heart of the city center is "worth a detour"!

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- moment en famille -

And you? How is your experience in Saint John? Let us discover this beautiful city through your eyes!

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