For more than 10 centuries, the Saint John River has been a central pathway through the land now known as the province of New Brunswick. First Nations people rode its currents in hand-carved canoes over thousands of years. Then, with the 17th-century arrival of European settlers, who used sail-powered craft such as woodboats, travel on the St. John drastically changed form…enjoy more from this website.
Search our blog!
- The Coleman Frog 🐸 is hanging out with us at #fredkidfair2017! @fredkid https://t.co/2rMk9vOCip 2 days ago
- Visit us at #FredkidFair2017! We are having a BLAST chatting with families, eating popcorn and dancing to music! 2 days ago
- Want to get a better idea about our summer camp programs? Check out this fun little video! 🎥☀️ youtube.com/watch?v=chPA2B… 4 days ago
- Happy New Brunswick Literacy Day! #NBLiteracyDay 5 days ago
- We're looking for summer students! If you're interested in working at an awesome museum, check out this link! frederictonregionmuseum.wordpress.com/about-2/employ… 5 days ago
Support our Museum – CanadaHelps
Soutenez notre musée – CanaDon
April 2017 M T W T F S S « Mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30