Itinerary Suggestions for School Groups

Day 1
Kings Landing…History Comes to Life

Life in rural New Brunswick throughout 19th century. Compare and contrast what life is like today to how people lived almost 200 years ago! Engaging experiential educational programs are available ranging from Day Camps to Overnight Stays.

Day 1
Explore the Great Outdoors

Fredericton, a city surrounded by nature offers lots of ways to enjoy the great outdoors – from the Trail System to explore on Bikes, E-Bikes or E-Scooters. Or paddle the Wolastoq with Second Nature Outdoors on kayaks, canoes, paddleboards.

Or appreciate nature with a medicine walk with Wabanaki Tree Spirit Tours or a visit to Ducks Unlimited Conservation Centre.

Second Nature Outdoors
Day 2
Engage in New Brunswick’s History and Culture

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery

Book an engaging educational program including a tours and hands-on art activity at one of Canada’s best art museums. National Historic Sites like Government House New Brunswick Provincial Legislature or Christ Church Cathedral offer free tours that can be geared towards New Brunswick’s history, art, architecture, culture.

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery
Day 2
Or Delve into Science at Science East Science Centre

New Brunswick’s only science centre offers 150 hands-on STEM activities with curriculum-related demonstrations & programs and hands-on science workshops.

There are also lots of fun recreation activities in Fredericton - From Tree Go Mactaquac , an aerial treetop obstacle course, to a lantern lit evening Haunted Hike or games of skill and fun at Kingswood Entertainment Centre.

Science East Science Centre
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Mary Ellen Hudson

For details and help with planning your group’s visit to New Brunswick’s Capital Region, connect with Group Tourism Coordinator, Mary Ellen Hudson. 

Email Mary Ellen