Edmundston in Canada, from Canada region, is best know for Gardens. Discover best things to do in Edmundston with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 110 reviews
Gain a greater understanding of the wonderful world of plants from a professional herbalist. Hands-on, interactive workshops teach you about the therapeutic, cosmetic and culinary benefits of herbal plants. Be inspired as you wander through the Butterflies of the World pavilion and various themed Gardens. Take a moment to stop and listen to the bubbling waters of the Flowery Brook; discover the little secrets hidden in the Alpine Garden; take a rest under the natural roof of the Shade Garden. Khronos, the Celestial Garden, will have you exploring time and space. Enjoy an aromatic cup of herbal tea to round out your visit, while the beauty of the Gardens puts you at peace. Come and enjoy a healthy meal on the patio at Café Fora.
I'm going to be perfectly honest, I did not expect much from the Botanical Garden because it isn't really mentioned in most brochures. However, the displays were quite impressive. If this installation was inside a major urban area, it would probably be a star attraction. Absolutely worth the detour if you're not allergic to bees.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
After seeing the Interpretation Centre featured on CBC, we decided to make a stop on our way to Halifax. Guy was a fantastic host and incredibly knowledgeable about the history of the Railways and trains in Atlantic Canada. After seeing the Train Museum in Hillsborough and several other places, Guy has amassed a great collection of memorabilia. Cool stuff, great people and an experience to remember!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
4.5 based on 20 reviews
This fort was built during the 1812 war. This blockouse was built to protect Edmunston.
It was fun to walk all the stairs and admire the blockhouse. We had some great views from up there.
There were some panels explaining about this war.
We certainly enjoyed our trip to the blockhouse. It was worthwhile!
P.S. There were no more university students in the Blockhouse in September, The clerk at the Visitor's Center told us to explore the stairs and the views of this blockhouse. We did that and we had fun!
4 based on 51 reviews
A unique recreational campground located on beautiful provincial park property on the shores of the Madawaska River. De la République Provincial Park is easily accessible from Route 2. The campground has over 150 campsites, 100 of which have electricity. Rustic shelters are also available for those looking for a camping alternative. Laundry facilities are available on site. The park features scenic hiking and cycling trails, 2 volleyball courts, a fully equipped outdoor playground, 2 tennis courts, horseshoe pits, boat ramp, picnic sites and shelter, a playroom for indoor activities and a heated swimming pool. Enjoy an evening of local talent as you tap your feet to the sounds of l'Acadie des Terres et Forêts en Fête, a lively show celebrating Acadian history though song, dance and theatre. The show is presented in a roofed outdoor Amphitheatre on park grounds. Step back in time at the Antique Automobile Museum as you marvel at mint-condition vehicles, or savour the sweet perfume of the magnificent New Brunswick Botanical Garden, a truly peaceful oasis located on more than 8 ha (20 acres) of the park's land. Also on site are a boutique, poolside Terrace and convenience store. With so much to see and do, it's the perfect place to spend a few days! Le camping du parc provincial de la République est un terrain récréatif exceptionnel situé aux abords de la rivière Madawaska, facilement accessible à partir de la route 2. Choisissez parmi plus de 150 emplacements de camping, dont 100 avec électricité, ou passez la nuit dans un de nos abris rustiques. Une fois installés, profitez des services et structures du parc. Sentiers pédestres, pistes cyclables, piscine chauffée, 2 terrains de volley-ball, terrain de jeu extérieur complet, 2 terrains de tennis, jeu de fers, rampe de mise à l'eau, nombreuses aires de pique-nique, abri de pique-nique pour groupes, buanderie et salle de jeu pour activités intérieures. On trouve également sur place un dépanneur et une boutique, ainsi qu'une agréable terrasse à côté de la piscine. Le parc provincial de la République regroupe aussi plusieurs attractions. Tapez du pied au son de la musique de L'Acadie des terres et forêts en fête, un spectacle local à grand déploiement présenté dans l'amphithéâtre extérieur couvert. Admirez de belles carrosseries au Musée des voitures d'autrefois. Refaites le plein d'énergie en humant le doux parfum des plantes et des fleurs qui ornent le magnifique Jardin botanique du Nouveau-Brunswick, véritable oasis de paix qui s'étend sur 8 ha. Il y a tant de choses à voir et à faire pour toute la famille au Parc provincial de la République... l'endroit rêvé pour des vacances amusantes et sereines!
We have stayed here twice on our way to the Maritimes and have been extremely satisfied both times. The park is clean, competently run, well laid out and has excellent facilities for families including a pool, sport facilities, paths and a small tuck shop. Fluently bilingual and friendly the park offers an antique vehicle museum and botanical Gardens amongt its attractions. It sits at approximately the half way point from the urban areas of Ontario to Halifax and is right on the Trans Canada just over the border into New Brunswick. It is a seasonal camper facility with numerous basic and serviced lots. it has clean washrooms, sewage dump and children's playground. Weekends can be busy due to seasonal events in the on site theatre and booking ahead dueing the peak period is strongly reccomended.
5 based on 11 reviews
3.5 based on 46 reviews
The dinner was better then expected. In most casino's the food was inferior to playing, but not here. We had the Valley View Burger and the Chicken Supreme. Both were good, honest food, although not special. The housewine they serve is not good, however. After dinner we played some machines and had fun.
4 based on 14 reviews
Mont Farlagne is a nice little ski hill within the city of Edmundston. It operates two lifts including a quad chair. The trails are well groomed itermediate level terrain. It has a cafeteria that serves a limited menu that is prepared well. In spite of limited snow fall this year the trails have stopd up well.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
While driving to the Centre Provincial d'Information aux Visiteurs de Saint-Jaques, we were looking at the Mountains. The trees were colorful. It was amazing! After all, it was fall season.
The clerks inside the Visitor Center were nice.
What I didn't expect is that they had lots of pictures of Edmunston as well as pictures of New Brunswick. We were able to travel all over New Brunswick without a car, thanks to these attractive pictures.
They also had lots of information.
I enjoyed my time here. Worthwhile!
4 based on 8 reviews
Have been attending services at this Cathedrale for over 50 years. Not as grand as other Canadian or even European town churches, this Cathedrale was part of the fabric of community. This church was overseen by a Monsignor and at one time was serviced by 5 priests. Both my paternal grandparents had funeral masses here as well as many other relatives. The organ is a treasure as are some of stained glass windows. Visit crypts as well
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