Is one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces and is the only province in the Canadian federation that is constitutionally bilingual (English–French) and was created as a result of the partitioning of the British Colony of Nova Scotia in 1784.
Big City Living in a Small Town Life
We may be known for its natural beauty, parks and beaches, but a visit to the bustling cities and picturesque villages found across the province is a must for anyone vacationing in New Brunswick. All towns and villages in New Brunswick offer small-town charm, unique culture and authentic cuisine.
The Home of Acadian Culture
From the Acadian Peninsula to the Acadia of the Southeast, a drive along the scenic routes of New Brunswick’s Acadian coast will immerse you in vibrant communities and a rich cultural scene. Museums, historic sites and living-history villages bring the Acadians’ remarkable 400-year-history to life, while restaurants and galleries provide a distinctively modern connection to the past.
Your Best Beach Vacation Begins Here
Explore the sand dunes and Discovery Beaches to uncover a different side of New Brunswick’s coastal landscape. Marvel at tidal pools, search for ancient fossils, and stroll along beach boardwalks… your possibilities for discovery are endless.