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GOVERNMENT HOUSE

51 Woodstock Road, Fredericton, NB E3B 9L8 Directions

Since 1828

Here’s The Deal:
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Government House became the residance of New Brunswick's Governors and Lieutenant-Governors. The home is constructed of New Brunswick quarried sandstone and situated on eleven acres on the banks of the St. John River in Fredericton. It is a significant cultural landmark in Fredericton and the Province of New Brunswick. Government House had a number of uses from Confederation to 1996. It was a school for hearing impaired students from 1896 to 1900, a military barracks during World War 1 and a hospital for returning soldiers after the war. From 1934 to 1988 the building served as RCMP J Division headquarters. Restored rooms include the drawing-room, the dining room, a library, a music room, two conservatories and the original Lieutenant-Governor's office on the main floor. exhibit rooms and the current Lieutenant-Governor's office is in the second floor. The Lieutenant-Governor's residence is on the third floor and closed to the public."

SPECIALTY:
Drawing and Dining Room, Music, Historical Places, Library, Lieutenant Governor's Office, Two Conservatories & Exhibit Rooms in the Second Floor

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Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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FREDERICTON CITY HALL

397 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 1B5 Directions

Since 1876

Here’s The Deal:
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Fredericton City Hall provides over 60 programs and services to its citizens. This three-storey structure was designed by architects McKean and Fairweather and built by H. With B. Crosby and O. M. Campbell, around 1875 and 1876. It is in Downtown Fredericton, opposite Phoenix Square. Guided by various long-term financial plans and master plans, Mayor and City Council set policy and direction. At the same time, City staff carry out the day-to-day work of running the municipality."

SPECIALTY:
Even Careers, Meeting Place, Budget, The Mayor and Councillors, Planning and Development, City by-Laws, Historical Places, Permits, Committees, Oldest Municipal Hall, Awards and Grants, Plans and Processes, City Council & Architectural Buildings

fredericton.ca/en/city-hall

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Mon - Fri 8:15 am - 4:30 pm
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

706 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 1C5 Directions

Since 1882

Here’s The Deal:
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Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick is the home to the Legislative Assembly Chamber, Legislative Assembly Office, Office of the Speaker, Office of the Clerk, Legislative Library. Saint John's architect J.C. Dumaresq designed the Second Empire style building and changed the former home that had been demolished in 1877 by fire. Tour guides give information about the Legislative Assembly Building and the legislative process to the public. They also provide professional, impartial advice on Parliamentary law, procedure and practice to the Speaker and Members. Wheelchair accessible facility is available here."

SPECIALTY:
Architectural Buildings, Public Disclosure Statements, Current Legislature, Chief Electoral Officer, Library, Past Legislatures, Historical Places, Education, Speaker, Executive Council, Committees & Student Seminar

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Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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