Saint John Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Saint John - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Barbour's General Store

  • Museum/Gallery

This authentic 19th-century country shop was relocated from Sheffield, New Brunswick, in 1967 and opened in the heart of the city as...

Carleton Martello Tower

  • Military Site

The four-level tower, a great place from which to survey the harbor and Partridge Island, was built during the War of 1812 as a precaution...

Cherry Brook Zoo

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Big cats and other exotic species are highlights of this charming 35-acre zoo, run as a nonprofit organization by its dedicated team.

Irving Nature Park

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

The ecosystems of the southern New Brunswick coast are preserved in this lovely 600-acre park on a peninsula close to downtown. Roads,...

King's Square and King Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

Laid out in a Union Jack pattern, this green refuge has a two-story bandstand that hosts summer concerts and a number of monuments. The...

Lepreau Falls Provincial Park

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

It may not be Niagara, but these beautiful falls tumble over rocks that are around 325 million years old, and are a featured site within...

Loyalist Burial Ground

  • Cemetery

Established soon after the United Empire Loyalists arrived in 1783, the cemetery closed in 1848 and was sadly neglected until 1995, when...

Loyalist House

  • House/Mansion/Villa

The former home of the Merritt family, wealthy Loyalist merchants, this imposing Georgian structure with eight fireplaces was built in...

Market Square

  • Promenade/Boardwalk

The waterfront area at the foot of King Street is where the Loyalists landed in 1783. Today it's a lively and appealing area—the site...

New Brunswick Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Imaginative and engaging in its approach, the provincial museum has fascinating displays covering the history, geology, and culture of...

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