New Brunswick Museum#6 in Best Things To Do in Saint John, New Brunswick
The best introduction to Saint John and the surrounding region can be found at the New Brunswick Museum. Sitting about a mile and a half west of downtown Saint John, this museum houses a variety of artifacts that recount the province's fascinating history. You'll learn all about Saint John's industrial development, as well as New Brunswick's maritime history. The museum also features local artwork and exhibits on the province's natural landscape, including the ever-popular Hall of Great Whales.
According to recent travelers, the New Brunswick Museum's interactive displays make it a great place to visit as a family. "It would definitely be a great place to take the kids," notes one TripAdvisor user. "I saw that the staff provided special activities for children." And speaking of the staff, many previous visitors note that the employees were very knowledgeable and happy to provide more insight on the artifacts.
The New Brunswick Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (with extended evening hours on Thursday), Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $7 or $8 CAD ($7 or $8 USD) for adults depending on the season, and discounts are available for children and seniors. You can learn more about the New Brunswick Museum by visiting its website.
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