Things to Do in New Brunswick
Recreational activities -- both indoor and outdoor -- abound in New Brunswick throughout the year. From hiking, swimming, and fishing to watching films, concerts, and stage plays, there will always be something to perk you up in New Brunswick.
Feast on sumptuous seafood. Observe the record-breaking tides of the Bay of Fundy. Or hop aboard a ship to enjoy whale-watching from June to October. If you crave for some adrenaline rush, ski down the slopes of Crabbe Mountain.
Your options are endless.
New Brunswick Culture
New Brunswick serves as a melting pot of interwoven cultures. Its almost 800,000 residents include people of British or Acadian descent, Aboriginals, and immigrants. Nevertheless, their friendliness unifies them, creating a welcoming, safe and charming environment that can easily make newcomers feel at home.
Almost 70% of New Brunswickers speak English while about 30% speak French. As Canada’s only bilingual province, New Brunswick has hailed both English and French as the province’s official languages.
Art and music dominate New Brunswick’s entertainment scene. World-class performances regularly grace its theatres, which flourish in different cities throughout the province.