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If you enjoy a deep dive into a historical venue complimented by exquisite nature adventures, Saint John New Brunswick has a lot to offer you. Fly in for a weekend or relax for a week- there's plenty to do in this fantastic port city.
Did you know Saint John City Market is the oldest continuing city market in Canada? First opened in 1876, the City Market survived the Great Fire of 1877 to become the architectural treasure it is today.
A unique exterior welcomes you into the renovated building. Here you can enjoy a wide selection of locally sourced seafood, fruits and vegetables, and tasty international cuisine. Treat yourself to a hand-made craft and indulge in some seafood chowder at Billy's Seafood Company. You won't regret it.
If you visit Saint John you most definitely must go to see the battle of the rapids - two natural forces colliding with each other to create an outstanding phenomenon. You can view this phenomenon twice daily from Fallsview Park.
For the truly adventurous, watch the waves and whirpools church from a zipline going 40km/hr above. Sign up at Fallsview park and race your friend down the dual line.
Prefer a different viewpoint? Visit the cliff top on Bridge Road. Be sure to check the visitor information office for tide times. You can even venture out on a Skywalk for the best possible view - tickets are valid all day!
Spend an afternoon enjoying Saint John's New Brunswick Museum. There are dozens of galleries to explore extensive art, natural science, history, artifacts, and more. Hear the stories behind artifacts and the preservation work that goes into making sure they are available for generations to come. Full-sized whale models and skeletons are on display year-round. Interpreters offer activities that will introduce you to New Brunswick's forestry, shipbuilding and military routes. Book a walking tour any time of year.
Written by Marchella Barbero, Content Specialist at Swoop