Published July 2017
You’re going to want to add time travel to your Canada 150 bucket list. At Kings Landing, each and every day is an opportunity to step back in time and experience what life was like 150 years ago. Since 1974, this living history museum has brought the stories and events that shaped New Brunswick through settlement, Confederation, and the age of progress to life for millions of guests.
As our nation celebrates its sesquicentennial milestone, be #NBProud and carve out some time to experience our shared history, firsthand.
Eavesdrop on village ladies discussing their own thoughts on Confederation:
Up your selfie game, Confederation-style:
Taste cuisine that dates back 150 years, like Skoodawabskoosis Salad (a.k.a Garden Greens and Salmon) and freshly baked gingerbread:
See what school was like before “O Canada”:
Fall in love with heritage farm animals:
Experience trades that helped build the Canada we know and love:
Attend an outdoor performance celebrating our colourful past:
Help our farm hands harvest heirloom vegetables that have been grown in New Brunswick for hundreds of years:
Visit Kingslanding.nb.ca/events today and plan your time travel adventure — you might just make a little history of your own!
Kings Landing is open daily from 10 am – 5 pm until October 9, 2017.
Or plan your own adventure right now at TourismNewBrunswick.ca