The Best Landmarks in Fredericton

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Fredericton, NB. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


575 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 4Y7

Since 1785

Landmark, Historical Places, Landmarks, Tourist Attraction, Concerts, Shows, Gallery Openings, Historic Sites, Outdoor Summer Concerts, Daily Outdoor Summer Theatre, Theatre, Skating, Festivals & Events

Provide a variety of festivals and events throughout the year - It was a centre of military activity when Fredericton was garrisoned by the British Army

Open 24 hours

Officer's Square is going to be at the crossroads of your downtown exploration of New Brunswick's beautiful capital city. In the summer there are daily outdoor performances by The Calathumpians, the Changing of the Guard, and an opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy a picnic in the picturesque historical heart of the downtown plat. Here you'll find an interesting memorial to The War of 1812 and a fascinating museum. In the late summer and early fall, the square provides a wonderful venue.

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51 Woodstock Road, Fredericton, NB E3B 9L8

Since 1828

Government Office, Landmark, Historical Places, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Music Room, Library, Two Conservatories, The Historical Lieutenant Governor's Office, The Second Floor Contains Exhibit Rooms & The Lieutenant Governor's Present Office

Designed by English-born New Brunswick architect J.W. Woolford - The site was once the location of the 17th century Acadian settlement known as Sainte-Anne

This is a wonderful landmark, centrally located in Fredericton that has been in use for almost 200 years. It serves as the home of the Lieutenant Governor, the Queens representative in New Brunswick, who reside on the top floor. It is the site of many public and charitable events, on beautiful grounds on the bank of the Saint John River, and it is also open to the public for tours. The building was restored about 20 years ago and the rooms are beautiful, with heritage furnishings.

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397 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 1B5

Since 1876

City or Town Hall, Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Meeting Place, Oldest Municipal Hall & City Council

The three-storey building was constructed by architects McKean and Fairweather and built by H. B. Crosby and O. M. Campbell in the Second Empire style

Mon - Fri 8:15 am - 4:30 pm Sat & Sun Closed

Tourist information, with friendly and knowledgeable staff, is on the main floor. A woman came in and asked to see the tapestries. As she was being taken upstairs, we expressed interest and were invited by a staff member to join the guide and woman. In a council chamber meeting room upstairs, there are several tapestries showing the history of the city. The guide explained a few of them in good detail. Very interesting! There is a tour that explains every tapestry for those interested.

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