Take a guided tour of Saint John via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life.
Live life in Saint John to the fullest with our Saint John attractions directory. Explore the natural beauty of Saint John, learn about its exciting history, or take the family on a new adventure. Our Saint John attractions directory lists everything there is to see and do in Saint John. From rowdy family fun to a quiet afternoon in a Saint John art gallery, you’ll see what put Saint John on the map. Read through our Saint John attractions directory now for all the must-see attractions and events in Saint John.
We are Greater Saint John's best location for all your Aquatic, Fitness and Wellness needs. Offering special swims for everyone in a fun and safe environment, we guarantee a great time for the whole family. Come and visit our award-winning facilities and see why!
Federal, Provincial and Territorial (F/P/T) governments recognize the contribution historic places make to our communities. Since 2001, the F/P/T governments have worked together through an initiative to jointly develop core programs.
Cherry Brook Zoo is located in the city of Saint John, New Brunswick. It is home to many exotic and endangered species including the Siberian Tiger, Snow Leopard, Golden Lion Tamarin and Goeldi monkey.
The Fundy Trail is a wheelchair-friendly coastal access network which includes a low-speed auto parkway with scenic lookouts, a pedestrian/bicycle trail, footpaths to beaches and river estuaries, and an Interpretive Centre.
Imperial Theatre is Atlantic Canada's busiest and most beautiful venue for live performance. Located in Saint John, NB it seats 900 and holds a wide variety of performances: theatre, classical and popular music, comedy, dance, musicals ... and more!
The Irving Nature Park is a 600 acre (243 hectare) site created by J.D. Irving, Limited to help protect an environmentally significant area. This special part of the Fundy coastline, minutes from downtown Saint John, a major urban centre of New Brunswic.
One of the few surviving buildings of the Great Fire of 1877, the Loyalist House serves as a proud reminder of Saint John's British Loyalist heritage. Built in 1817, the Georgian features of this National Historic Site has remained structurally unaltered.
Wonderful museum with a bargain admission price. Located next to the cruise ship pier and contains excellent displays on shipbuilding, whales, geology, local industry, art gallery, etc
The #2 Mechanics Volunteer Company Engine House was built in 1840-1841 for the City of Saint John. The #2 Engine House is a now a stone and brick building located on Sydney Street next to the County Court House. It is 2 1/2 stories high, with a low pitched gable roof.
The multi-spaced MAC (home of the renowned Phoenix Dinner Theatre) offers the opportunity to showcase many projects other than our Main-stage. One Acts, Sketch Comedy, Improvisational Theatre, Stand Up, Concerts, Cabarets, Youth Shows (lunch box theatre series).
The phenomenon of the Reversing Falls is caused by the tremendous rise and fall of the tides of the Bay of Fundy, which are the highest in the world. The natural southward-facing opening of the Bay of Fundy receives the on rushing ocean tides directly like a funnel.
Rockwood Park ... Saint John's best kept secret is a haven for budding botanists, golfers, hikers, walkers, skaters, swimmers, joggers, bird-watchers, animal lovers, cross country skiers, berry pickers and all-round happy campers.
A family business like no other. Going from the ups and downs of the financial world, to the ups and downs at the Reversing Falls, the Stevens family wanted to create a thrill ride for all the adventurous Saint Johners. Owner of Saint John Adventures Inc.,
ArcF presents 'ShowCadia,' a fabulous multi-media live show, both informative and funny! Participants will enjoy a dynamic and captivating retelling of the story of renowned Acadian heroine, Francoise Marie Jacquelin, and her role in defending Fort LaTour right here in Saint John.
The Stonehammer Geopark Project is the first geological park in North America to apply for official geopark designation. Stonehammer recognizes the region's importance in the science of geology and incorporates a billion years of geologic stories.
The style of architecture of the present building is the late Early English Gothic, and typifies the architecture introduced in New Brunswick by Bishop Medley. The church was designed by W.T. Thomas of Montreal and the contract price for both church and school house was $55,985.