Step Back in Time at Kings Landing in New Brunswick

With so much to discover in this 19th-century village, Kings Landing in New Brunswick is the perfect place to spend a day. The museum alone has over 70,000 historical artifacts, making it one of Atlantic Canada’s largest collections. Step back in time to explore life as it once was in the 1800s. The village sits on the St. John River, only twenty minutes from Fredericton.

Hop on a horse, dip into candle making, and get your hands dirty in the garden; these unique experiences are encouraged while visiting Kings Landing. Children and grandparents alike can truly enjoy and relish all that this place has to offer. Don’t miss a ride on the horse-drawn buggy.

Ever dreamt about being a lumberjack? Then a crosscut saw is for you. Make your way over to their sawmill to learn how it’s done. For those with pep in their step, the Country Dance is a unique look at an English-style folk dancing. There really is something for everyone visiting Kings Landing to enjoy.

Thinking about food? Visit the King’s Head Inn Restaurant for some local grub, or head to the pub and try the mead that comes from the honeybees that are kept on site. Sign up for their Harvest Home Long-Table Feast and eat together like it used to be. They offer similar feasts at Thanksgiving or join them for Christmas at King’s Head to help celebrate the season. These dinners are a fan-favourite for a reason, with delicious fresh local ingredients at the root of all its dishes.

Gather your favourite people and plan for a fun-filled adventure that will have you all feeling like you have traveled into New Brunswick’s past. This historical village will both inspire and delight its visitors while taking them on an informative adventure.