Ten things to do while in St. Andrews / Campobello

  • Top Kingsbrae Garden in St. Andrews, New Brunswick

    Explore Kingsbrae Garden

    Discover 27 acres of public gardens including the home of Canada’s largest sculpture garden, a “Jurassic living fossil – Wollemi Pine tree, a 1/3 scaled Dutch windmill, Alpacas and over 50,000 trees, shrubs and perennials. There is a small art gallery and a cozy cafe serving light meals also right on premises.

  • Top Summer home of former president Roosevelt in Campobello, NB

    Tea with Eleanor

    Roosevelt Campobello International Park is a combination indoor/outdoor site that is renowned internationally. Tour the Visitor Centre, Roosevelt Cottage, and flower gardens. The Park encompasses 1,134-hectare (2,800-acre) Natural Area, where you can explore walking trails, beaches, bogs, forest, and spectacular ocean headlands - or enjoy a picnic with an ocean or lighthouse view. Tours of Campobello are also available.

  • Top Golf the Fairmont Algonquin Golf Course

    Golf on Our Ocean Side Championship Course

    A seaside jewel! When you golf St Andrews, you'll enjoy breathtaking views and a gentle breeze as you play on our historic course. For over 100 years, golfers have traveled to this charming New Brunswick resort to test their skills. Redesigned in 2000 by the renowned Thomas McBroom, the course will delight and challenge golfers of every level.

  • Top Ministers Island estate on a part-time island

    Drive the ocean floor to Ministers Island

    Ministers Island is an enchanting place to experience. Lying just off the shore near St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, this 500-acre island is only a part-time island. You reach it by driving over the seafloor approximately 1 kilometer (1/2 mile). Once there, you are immersed in an experience from the late 19th and early 20th century— the summer estate of Sir William Van Horne, the first president of and the driving force behind the Canadian Pacific Railway.

  • Top Fundy Discovery Aquarium, St. Andrews, New Brunswick

    Touching is encouraged at the Fundy Discovery Aquarium

    There is plenty for the whole family to see and do at Canada’s newest Aquarium. The Harbour seals Loki and Snorkel are in their spacious home and enjoy interacting with the public in the windows of the public viewing area and there is a gigantic new touch pool as well as a touch pool just for “skates”! On the main floor you will find educational interpretative pylons focusing on Canada’s east coast marine ecology, marine based economy and the history of the Bay of Fundy.

  • Top History is not just preserved, it is the fabric of everything in St. Andrews, New Brunswick

    History is Not Just Preserved

    St Andrews was founded in 1783 and is still one of the best preserved communities of the Loyalist era. The war of 1812 is also part of the history of the town with the National parks blockhouse playing a prominent part of that period in our heritage. The Charlotte County archives, Ross Museum, Sheriff Andrews house as well as several summer homes designed by Montreal architect Maxwell all make for wonderful walking tours presented as Footsteps through time.

  • Top Culinary treats await in St. Andrews, New Brunswick

    Eat Seafood, Blueberries, Chocolate and More

    One of the first questions we get from visitors is here do I get lobster? They are always delighted to find out that in addition to lobster, they can get some of the best salmon, herring, clams, and even caviar. Blueberries are harvested in August and chocolates are made locally too. Regardless of whether you want to cook it yourself or have one of our local chefs do it for you, this area is a food lovers paradise.

  • Top Experience the world's highest tides

    Discover Charlotte County and the Bay of Fundy Archipelago

    While St Andrews By-the-sea and Campobello are what we are known by, the islands of Passamaquoddy Bay and the Bay of Fundy are a wonderful collection of nature at its very best. From bald eagles to harbour seals this area encompasses some of the absolutely stunning scenery and photo opportunities in the world.

  • Top Whale watching in St. Andrews / Campobello

    Go Whale Watching!

    For several months in the summer, whales come to the Bay of Fundy to feed. And when they come this way, professional whale watching organizations are in business to take people out to witness these majestic animals. The site of these amazing creatures in the wild is a soul moving event that never fails to bring gasps, and cheers, and even tears to the eyes, of people who see them.

  • Top Shopping on Water Street in St. Andrews, New Brunswick

    Shop for Something Special

    The merchants of the region recognize that visitors look for something to take home that reminds them of the special places they have been. Shops and studios of this area carry both the conventional and the customized gifts that become keepsakes long after the trip has ended. It could be a T-shirt that says it all, however the hidden gems made by New Brunswick artists and artisans will also tempt the discerning traveller.

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