New Brunswick Museum

New Brunswick Museum

Visit the New Brunswick Museum, Canada’s oldest continuing museum, for a remarkable introduction to New Brunswick’s rich cultural history and natural environment.

Follow the footsteps of ancient creatures as you travel through geological time. Learn about the Bay of Fundy– whale sightings guaranteed (full sized models of course)! From wooden ships to fine art and international treasures – there is lots to experience at the New Brunswick Museum. Beautiful and unique New Brunswick and Maritime products, including pottery, jewelry, glass, woodwork, toys and local interest books are available at the Museum Shop.

The New Brunswick Museum Archives and Research Library holdings complement the museum artifact and specimen collections, with the subject areas of N.B. history, fine and decorative arts, and natural sciences. The Archives & Research Library holds both original documents, including historical photographs, and published material, useful for genealogical research, such as family charts and histories, census indexes, correspondence, diaries, church and school records, city and county histories, biographies, minutes of societies and associations

 

More information can be found at their website.

Notes: Open Year Round

Admission: Admission is a Day Pass so you can revisit through the day as you explore uptown Saint John.

Adult - $10.00
Seniors - $8.00
Children/ Students - $6.00
Family - $22.00

Archives and Research Library
and Collections Centre
277 Douglas Avenue
Saint John, New Brunswick
E2K 1E5
506-643-2300
1-888-268-9595
Archives Hours:
Tuesday to Friday, 10am-4:30pm

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1 Market Square, Saint John, NB, E2L 4Z6

506-643-2300 or 1-888-268-9595
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