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Baby, it’s cold outside – but there’s lots to do indoors once you’re done filling your lungs with fresh winter air. Catch a show, bring the kids to an activity centre, see the latest museum exhibit, or learn about local culture. There are plenty of ways to warm up once the temperature drops!
Develop a deep connection to New Brunswick’s history and culture, and understanding of how well it’s preserved, on this behind-the-scenes tour with an archivist.
Member-owned and operated craft and antique shop celebrating local artisans. Its one-of-a-kind creations make it the perfect place for a gift.
Illustrates the history of the New Brunswick military forces from 1600 to the present. An enriching educational experience. Group visits welcome.
The best of New Brunswick visual arts in the St. John River Valley. Exhibits, workshops, guest speakers and artistic events.
Where art meets people; a mix of visual art, dance, exhibitions, workshops, performances, music and film, artists’ studios and cultural organizations.
Museum featuring sports history and honoured members. Biomechanics and Sports Discovery Centre, 5-in-1 interactive sports system, hands-on exhibits, trophies and activities year-round.
Learn about the Restigouche region and the famous people who fish salmon here. Displays, exhibitions, research facilities and a great gift shop.
The theatre is the centre of the region’s performing arts, including drama, music, dance and comedy – in both English and French.
Performing arts facility beautifully restored to its original 1913 splendour; offers a wide variety of artists’ performances as well as tours upon request.
Saint John’s oldest fine art gallery, representing leading artists from across Canada. Located in a historic building with new exhibits every 6 weeks.
Professional Acadian theatre company and performing arts centre featuring theatre, music, dance, television and movie productions and works by Acadian, Canadian and international authors.
Established in 1883, the Saint John Free Public Library offers seasonal children’s programs, computer access, genealogy research and reference centre.
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