An October 2002 trip
to Fredericton by spaceout
Quote: Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick. The city law has regulations about building in the city center, which must keep their historical origin and looks, resulting in the city keeping most of its cultural beauty alive.
The York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum building was built between 1839 and 1840. It was originally used as The Military Compound Officer's Quarters until it was established as a museum. The Museum now holds the largest private collection (owned by the Historical Society) of artifacts in the province. You'll also discover a replica of a WWI trench built on the second floor of the building.
The Fredericton Lighthouse Museum has impressive sea and naval related paintings. Since it's situated by the Saint John River, you can climb to the top and get a wonderful view.
On upper Regent St, you`ll find the malls and a botanical garden.
SJ, New Brunswick