Family Attractions


The Atlantic Salmon Interpretive Centre offers visitors the chance to meet wild Atlantic salmon face-to-face through an underground viewing chamber. Plus the Centre has up-to-date displays on research at sea and in rivers on this charismatic species, on the Atlantic salmon's fascinating life history, and on its rich cultural heritage in New Brunswick and elsewhere. There are easy walking trails along the beautiful Chamcook Stream. Take the St. Andrews Activity Trail and save. Ask us how. For further information on the Salmon Centre, visit or phone 506 529-1384.

Kingsbrae Garden

Named one of Canada's Top Ten Public Gardens and an Attractions Canada national winner for best developed outdoor attraction, Kingsbrae Garden, a majestic 27 acre horticultural masterpiece nestled within the heart of Saint Andrews is open daily for all to enjoy from mid May until October.  With over 40,000 trees, shrubs and perennials, a stunning view of Minister's Island and overlooking Passamaquoddy Bay, the constantly changing garden extends a natural invitation to return again and again. For more information on visitation or current programming contact us at 506-529-3335.

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre

Established in 1964 and located within Centennial House, a former general store on the Saint Andrews' waterfront.

Sunbury Shores is, as its name suggests, a meeting place for the study, practice and appreciation of fine art and craft, for natural history study and for conservation education.

The Centre offers a year round exhibition gallery, as well as artist's studios, a professional print shop, library, children's nature room, pottery studio, children's programs, nature excursions and an internationally recognized summer art school featuring renowned artists as instructors each year. Phone 506-529-3386 or visit

The Fundy Discovery Aquarium


The Fundy Discovery Aquarium features exhibits about local marine environments. Highlights include two large touchpools, harbour seals, beautiful aquariums with marine fish, and an impressive tidal tank. Open year-round. For more information, please call 506-529-1200 or visit