October 7, 2003
King's Landing is situated in the banks of the St. John River and it recreates life as it was in the nineteenth century. It was created in the late 60s when the Mactaquac Dam was constructed. Many of the homes are damaged because of the water and were moved to what now is King's Landing. Some of them had to be restored.
Costumed staff work dilligently to accurately interpret a most important era in Canadian history. Great for kids and adults, they would enjoy it very much. This site also offers fall weekends August 30, 31, and September 1 Agricultural Fair, September 12 - 14 Heritage Handiwork, October 11 – 13 Thanksgiving Festival, and a lot more. You can see what else they offer like their Visiting Cousins, which is a summer camp for children that's just great.
The scenery is just beautiful with farm animals a small pond, horses, bodies of water, and trees. Here's their website.
From journal LOVE THE UNKNOWN