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Help prepare a traditional aboriginal meal at an outdoor cooking shelter. Linger by the campfire to hear more about 3,000 years of history.
Plan to get away with this retreat to a cosy cottage and an afternoon of fun spent wheeling in a comfy side-by-side along scenic riverside trails.
Spine-tingling frights and rib-tickling laughs are in store during this historic walking tour which features prominent Fredericton ghosts and spirits.
Spend two nights in a secluded, fully equipped riverside cabin with your very own private fishing waters. Guides are available if you need them!
Travel to Beaubears Island by Voyageur canoe just as the first settlers did. Once there, learn about the shipbuilding industry and Acadian history. Light snack included.
Learn the bygone arts of weaving, butter making, and preserving/pickling among the 19th-century surroundings of historic Doak House. Costumed guides provide expert instruction.
Award-winning instructors teaching intensive, small-group workshops in craft and culture.
Children get to dress in the familiar red tunic of the British regiment and bring soldiering to life. Parade drills, marches and more!
Experience the smell of freshly chopped wood, swish of the cross-cuts, taste of home-baked beans, and the roar of the hot saws, “the NASCAR” of the lumberjack world!
Enjoy a half- or full-day guided salmon fly-fishing adventure on the river followed by a mouth-watering meal at the lodge.
Climb aboard an elegant, restored 1931 rail car for a dining experience that offers a first-class culinary adventure that lets you slow down to savour the flavours.
The stories of Lord Beaverbrook and his role in WWII come to life when told by Beaverbrook in “character” at his childhood home in Miramichi.
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