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Tours in New Brunswick starting from $2,188

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About New Brunswick Tours

New Brunswick has an 11 meter long, 5 meter high, 90 tonne sculpture of a lobster! It’s the largest in the world.

McCain Foods, famous for their French fries, was founded in New Brunswick by two local brothers.

Winnifred Blair from St. John, New Brunswick was the first Miss Canada in 1923.

The St. John River flows backwards twice a day because of the strong tides of The Bay of Fundy.

The New Brunswick Museum founded in 1929 is Canada’s oldest museum.

The scuba tank, snow blower, and crossword game were invented in New Brunswick.

Why go on a New Brunswick Tour

Travellers visiting this maritime region on a New Brunswick Tour will thoroughly enjoy themselves.  With the many family friendly activities, exciting festivals, and French and English languages being spoken, you will have a truly Canadian experience. In New Brunswick’s capital of Fredericton, visit the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and the King’s Landing Historical Settlement (a short drive away) to experience living in the 1800s! The historic Garrison District in downtown New Brunswick is always active with music, theatre, artists, and re-enactments. In Moncton, visit the Magnetic Hill where you can put your car in neutral and watch it move up-hill for an illusory experience.  In St. John, witness the Reversing Falls as the strong tides of the Bay of Fundy push the St. John River upstream.  You may take a bike ride to explore the quiet trails or rent a jet boat for an exhilarating adventure on the waters. You’ll see quaint lakeside restaurants and homes, fishing villages, farmer’s markets, and unique shops and galleries in the many lovely New Brunswick cities.

When is the best time to go?

Travel to New Brunswick any time of the year for an enjoyable vacation. Summer is a great time for a New Brunswick Tour to enjoy the warm salt water beaches and outdoor festivals.  New Brunswick summers are typically 25 degrees Celsius or higher. Spring is perfect for walks with the family to see the beautiful gardens.  The colourful leaves decorate the landscape and markets are full of seasonal produce during the autumn months, and in winter, skating, skiing, and holiday festivals in New Brunswick are fun for everyone.

Discover the Atlantic Provinces on a New Brunswick Tour! View our itineraries online and contact a travel agent for more information!