New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame

Established in 1970 to recognize and honour those athletes, teams and builders who have achieved outstanding success, and those who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of competitive sport in this province. We celebrate the stories of New Brunswick’s most inspiring athletes and leverage the power of sport to enrich lives and demonstrate the positive impact that sport and the community of the people involved in sport have in shaping the lives of our youth. By honouring our best, we inspire the rest!

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Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge and Fredericton TCT Pavilion

The Trans Canada Trail, officially renamed The Great Trail in September 2016, is a cross-Canada system of greenways, waterways, and roadways that stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans. The trail extends over 24,000 kilometers (15,000 miles); it is now the longest recreational, multi-use trail network in the world.

Fredericton Region Museum

Established in 1970 to recognize and honour those athletes, teams and builders who have achieved outstanding success, and those who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of competitive sport in this province. We celebrate the stories of New Brunswick’s most inspiring athletes and leverage the power of sport to enrich lives and demonstrate the positive impact that sport and the community of the people involved in sport have in shaping the lives of our youth. By honouring our best, we inspire the rest!

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Officer’s Square

One of Fredericton’s most beautiful and historic areas, Officers’ Square was once a centre for military activity in Fredericton. The space is now the site of outdoor summer concerts, the Changing of the Guard Ceremony, daily outdoor summer theatre, Under the Stars Films Series, and a variety of other festivals and events throughout the year.

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The Lighthouse on the Green

Check out the breathtaking views of the Saint John River from the observation deck of the Lighthouse on the Green, and stop in at the interactive Saint John River Play & Learn Exhibit – it’s sure to be a hit!

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Science East Science Centre

Play with more than 150 hands-on science exhibits, and Atlantic Canada’s only outdoor science playground – featuring a climbing wall, human gyroscope and more!

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The Fredericton Playhouse

The Playhouse was a gift from Lord and Lady Beaverbrook to the people of New Brunswick in 1964. The only performing arts facility of its kind in the province at that time, it served primarily as a road house for touring artists. Today, the Fredericton Playhouse operates as a professional performance venue available for local, national, and international artists and companies. It also presents touring artists as part of its own professional series and offers a comprehensive education and outreach program. It has been the recipient of numerous awards and distinctions from the Canadian Arts Presenting Association, the East Coast Music Awards, and the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce.

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Christ Church Cathedral (National Historic Site)

The cornerstone for the building was laid on 15 October, 1845 by Lieutenant Governor Sir William Colebrooke. The tower of the Cathedral was the last major part to be constructed but was struck by lightning in 1911. The original design was published in the Illustrated London News in 1849. The newly constructed spire took a year to build and rose to 198 feet. In 1983, the Cathedral was declared a National Historic Site by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.

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Kings Place Mall

Kings Place Mall is Fredericton’s only premiere downtown shopping centre offering over 25 unique shops and services. A little something for everyone. We are conveniently located in the heart of downtown Fredericton’s central business district. Kings Place Complex consists of a retail level, two office towers and a parking garage.

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