Officers' Square was a centre of military activity when Fredericton was garrisoned by the British Army from 1785 to 1869, and by the Canadian Army from 1883 to 1914. Now, it’s home base for concerts, theatre, skating, festivals and events, and the historic changing of the Guard ceremony.
Recognized as one of Canada’s top 10 community markets, the Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market is the City’s traditional Saturday morning (6am-1pm) gathering spot downtown for fresh and healthy foods, craft, creativity and conversation. With more than 250 indoor and outdoor local suppliers from along the Saint. John River Heritage Corridor and across the Province, The Market (as it’s known here) is the place to discover seasonal products, ultra-fresh produce, including organics, meats & seafood, cakes & confections, breads, cheeses & homemade jams, fresh-squeezed juices & New Brunswick wines, artisan chocolates, specialty coffees & beans. Ethnic delicacies, from Chinese buns to Lebanese stuffed grape leaves and the City’s famous samosas, are also a big part of The Market tradition. A vibrant space with one-of-a-kind gifts, colourful and quirky, finds include pottery, jewelry, paintings, textiles and lawn sculptures.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is a public art gallery in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. It is named after William Maxwell "Max" Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook, who funded the building of the gallery and assembled the original collection. Opened in 1959, this museum features British, Canadian & First Nations art, plus a sculpture garden.
Founded in 1783 and incorporated in 1966, the Village of Gagetown, New Brunswick, Canada, is steeped in history. A vibrant farming and forestry community in the 19th and 20th centuries, today Gagetown is a welcome respite for artists, artisans, bird watchers, boaters, and foodies!
St. Andrews is a treasure trove of beautiful architecture, unparalleled scenery and rich marine life, steeped in turn-of-the-century charm. From lobster rolls to fine dining, seaside camping to luxury accommodations, whale watching to signature golf, St. Andrews is bustling with experiences.
The Fredericton Playhouse is a non-profit organization venue for hosting local talent acts and touring performers.