***Please note: our season begins March 1st and ends around November 15th.
This tour is 6+ hours long tour with 3 different sized passenger buses. This is available only for tourists visiting via Cruise ships or privately booked events with a minimum of 10 people. The smallest bus holds 20 passengers, the medium bus holds 24 passengers, and the largest bus holds 33 passengers. There is some easy walking involved on this tour, so please wear comfortable shoes.
Please note that there will be some minor waiting required since passengers need to leave the cruise ship and then get into the bus. We cannot leave until all the passengers in the group have been seated in the bus.
Welcome to Canada’s first City, the only city on the Bay of Fundy, home of the world’s highest tides. Meet at Area 506 Waterfront Container Village entrance, and proceed along historic Water Street to Market Square to access the City’s indoor pedway system. This avoids an uphill walk on King St, the steepest main street in Canada. The tour is flat, with a downhill section near the end. Copies of rare photos are used during the tour. Historical facts are featured, from 1783 until the present day. Your knowledgeable guide will focus on numerous points of interest and hidden gems including the history of Saint John over the last 240 years. The final part of the tour is on Prince William St, once known as the Wall St of Canada.
Embark on a captivating historical tour of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Begin by stepping into the past with a visit to the Soldiers' Barracks, where you'll discover the lives of soldiers from yesteryears. Continue your journey by wandering through the historical district, where charming cobblestone streets and well-preserved heritage buildings transport you to a bygone era. Explore at your leisure, discovering hidden gems and absorbing the rich stories that echo throughout the city's vibrant past. Finally, conclude the trip with a guided tour of the majestic New Brunswick Legislative Building, immersing yourself in the province's political history, before heading back to Saint John.
Saint John is famous for being the friendliest city you'll ever visit. History comes to life as your nationally certified expert guide tells vivid stories and takes you to Saint John's famous landmarks on this two hour walking tour. The 2-hour tour covers about 1.5 miles with some hills. Comfortable footwear and warm clothes are recommended. This tour brings you to the historical highlights of this coastal treasure that is Saint John.
Use an app to survive a zombie apocalypse in Saint John. In Zombie Scavengers, explore the city however you'd like to search for items needed to survive a zombie apocalypse. You'll get points for finding these items. You can also do some zombie themed challenges for points on the app as well. Strategize in order to get the most points and survive the apocalypse. Your remote host will be there for you via chat if you need anything. Can you survive the apocalypse in Saint John?
Our tour begins with a visit to the seaside community of St. Martins. You'll step back in time and sense the serenity of this area with its wharf, fishing boats, and piled lobster traps. With the ocean as a backdrop, you'll capture memorable photos of many interesting features such as lighthouses and the twin covered bridges. Don't forget to visit the wave-carved sea caves in the sandstone cliff if the tide is low enough to allow access while you're there. Learn about this small community's wooden ship building industry and see some of the highest tides in the world ebb and flow during your visit. You'll also visit the famous Reversing Falls, where the huge tides from the Bay of Fundy force the mighty Saint John River. Before returning to the cruise ship, we'll stop and explore the unique Old City Market in the heart of Saint John and learn why the local folks have loved to buy fresh produce here since 1876. Please note: all tours depart at local time and depend on cruise ship arrival.
New Brunswick Shore Excursion: Bay of Fundy and More Highlights Tour
This tour offers a smaller group experience than the cruise lines at a better price. If you have ever wanted to see the highest tides in the world, mixed in with the historical nature of the quaint fishing villages then this is the best way to spend your time ashore in new Brunswick. Don't forget to visit the wave-carved sea caves in the sandstone cliff if the tide is low enough to allow access while you're there. It is a photographer's delight! There will also be an opportunity to purchase a mug of world-famous seafood chowder.
You also get to see the oldest farmers market in Canada in the old city part of the tour, dating back to 1876. This is a tour to make your time ashore a memorable one.
This tour is 6+ hr long tour for a 6-passenger van. There is a special 7 passenger vehicle available for booking, upon early request (prices may vary). There is some easy walking involved on this tour, so please wear comfortable shoes.
Best of Saint John Small Group Tour w/Fort La Tour + Martello
This tour of Saint John, New Brunswick is the perfect way to view the city’s natural wonders, historical and cultural attractions in just a few hours. On this tour you will visit Canada’s oldest continuously operated farmers market, catch amazing views of the Bay of Fundy (featuring the world’s highest tides!) from the SKYWALK, look out over the city of Saint John from the Carleton Martello Tower viewpoint and learn about the city’s history at Place Fort LaTour.