Sights & Attractions in New Brunswick


New Brunswick Sights

A well-designed, well-marked system of provincial scenic drives takes you to most of the places in New Brunswick that you'd want to go. Begin in the south, on the phenomenal Fundy Coastal Drive (watch for the lighthouse-on-a-cliff logo). At the upper end of the bay it connects with the Acadian Coastal Drive (the logo is a white starfish on a red background), which hugs the gentle eastern shore. In the middle of the Acadian Drive is a bit of a detour for the Miramichi River Route (a jumping salmon logo). The Acadian Drive eventually meets the Appalachian Range Route (mountains logo), which takes you across the rugged northern part of the province, where the hardwood ridges ignite in a blaze of color in fall, and then connects with the River Valley Scenic Drive (a fiddlehead logo), which runs down the entire western side of the province and back to Saint John, on the Fundy Coastal Drive.

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