Fredericton Region Museum

Fredericton Region Museum

The Fredericton Region Museum (formerly the York-Sunbury Museum) collects, preserves, and interprets the history of central New Brunswick, especially York and Sunbury Counties. Located in the iconic Officers’ Quarters building, a National Historic Site, the museum features a dozen exhibits on the events and peoples that have shaped Fredericton’s diverse heritage, including the Maliseet, Acadians, New England Planters, Loyalists, War of 1812, and more.

The Fredericton Region Museum is also home to the world-famous Coleman Frog, the 42-lb bullfrog that was discovered in Killarney Lake in 1885.

You can also check out their website for more information.

Notes: Hours of Operation:

July-August: Daily 10am - 5pm
April-June & September-November: Tuesday to Saturday, 1pm - 4pm or by chance
December-March: by appointment

Admission
Adults $5, Student $2, Children under 6 free, Family (2 adults & children under 18) $10

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571 Queen Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 5C8 (Mailing: PO Box 1323 Station A)

506-455-6041
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