The first National Historic Sites to be designated in New Brunswick were Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland and Fort Gaspareaux in 1920.

This list uses names designated by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, which may differ from other names for these sites.

Immerse yourself in the story of our people, our architecture and our landscape.

Jump into the past at a living history museum, where you may find yourself spinning yarn at Kings Landing Historical Settlement or sharing a traditional meal at Village Historique Acadien.

Stop by Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site to follow the Acadian journey or Metepenagiag Heritage Park for a peek into ancient Mi’kmaq traditions.

Tasty experiences await at The Chocolate Museum and New Brunswick Potato World Museum, where you’ll learn about the big impact these food industries have had on our cultural heritage.

Natural history museums include the New Brunswick Museum – which features three levels of history, natural sciences and fine art exhibitions – and many sites of the Stonehammer Geopark.

Science East offers young learners a hands-on science museum experience.

For art lovers, New Brunswick has a multitude of art galleries, from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery – which features regional, national and international works of art – to smaller galleries featuring folk art and works by local artists.Around the province you’ll find many heritage tours and walking tours that highlight the architecture of our urban landscapes and tell fascinating facts about the history of our towns and villages.Taste, touch, see and learn about the many parts that make up the essence of New Brunswick.They may be our stories, but they’re yours to discover.Search our free dating site for single men or woman in your area.We have thousands of members from all over the world.