• Experience Acadie




Kouchibouguac National Park (Kouchibouguac)

Discover a National Park on New Brunswick’s Acadian Coast where lush mixed-wooded forests lead to colourful salt marshes and warm ocean beaches. Offshore, golden sand dunes foster calm seas. Camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, beach going.

186 Route 117 Kouchibouguac

New Brunswick E4X 1V2


Giant Acadian Flag (Saint-Louis-de-Kent)

In the heart of the village flies the giant Acadian flag (9.1m x 18.3m), erected in 2009 to the the 125th anniversary of its adoption as an Acadian symbol during the Acadian National Convention of 1884 held in Miscouche, Prince Edward Island.

10 610 Principale Street Saint-Louis-de-Kent

New Brunswick E4X 1G1


Olivier Soapery (Ste-Anne-de-Kent)

Enjoy a lively entertaining show that will take you through the history, science and art of handmade soap, awakening the senses of sight, smell and touch. Soap-making demonstrations offered 4 times per day, 7 days a week.

851 Route 505 Ste-Anne-de-Kent

New Brunswick E4S 1K1


An evening at Le Pays de la Sagouine (Bouctouche)

Attend a dinner theatre performance (choice of shows varies throughout the year) or head to Hert’s Terrace where the artist and host Hert LeBlanc offers musical entertainment in the colors of the region.

Dinner theatre starts at 6 :30pm

Hert’s Terrace is open from 6pm every Friday night during Summer

57 Acadie Street Bouctouche

New Brunswick E4S 2T4

506-743-1400 1-800-561-9188


Le Pays de la Sagouine (Bouctouche)

An eclectic reproduction of a prohibition-era fishing village inspired by international award- winning novelist, Antonine Maillet, and her most celebrated character, La Sagouine. Discover the Acadian culture through unique characters, theater, music, comedy, dance and cuisine on a small island in the town of Bouctouche.

57 Acadie Street Bouctouche

New Brunswick E4S 2T4

506-743-1400 1-800-561-9188

Irving Eco-centre, la Dune de Bouctouche (Saint-Édouard-de-Kent)

Well maintained saltwater beach. The beach frontage is an ideal location for enjoying nature and a focal point for ecotourism. The beach is located on the site of the Irving Eco-centre, la Dune de Bouctouche, where a team of interpreters delivers programs and presentations throughout the season.

1932 Route 475 Saint-Édouard-de-Kent

New Brunswick E4S 4W1



The World's Largest Lobster (Shediac)

The monument of the crustacean stands at 11 m (35 ft.) in length, 5 m (16 ft.) in width and 5 m (16 ft.) in height. Why is it called the World's Largest Lobster? Because the sculpture weighs around 90 tonnes; the lobster alone weighs 55 tonnes while the pedestal weighs around 35 tonnes. Restrooms available on-site. Kayak & stand-up paddle board rental and souvenir shops nearby.

229 Main Street Shediac

New Brunswick E4P 2A5


Homerus Eco-Centre (Pointe-du-Chêne)

An interpretive centre that offers a unique and interactive experience related to the mysterious world of lobsters and marine ecosystems.

46 Pointe-du-Chêne Warf Pointe-du-Chêne

New Brunswick E4P 2M2


Croisière Shediac Bay Cruises (Pointe-du-Chêne)

Relax and cruise the pristine waters of captivating Shediac Bay while enjoying the most succulent lobster in the world.

60 Pointe-du-Chêne Road Pointe-du-Chêne

New Brunswick E4P 4V8

506-532-2175 1-888-894-2002


Parlee Beach Provincial Park (Pointe-du-Chêne)

One of North America’s finest beaches, Parlee boasts the warmest saltwater north of Virginia. A variety of activities are offered at the park, including a supervised swimming beach, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, football, a sand-sculpture competition, and daily scheduled sports activities.

45 Parlee Beach Road Pointe-du-Chêne

New Brunswick E4P 8V5

506-533-3363 1-800-561-0123

Fort-Beauséjour – Fort-Cumberland National Historic Site (Aulac)

Located on the border between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the fort depicts the 18th century conflicts between France and Britain, and the later struggle between two great empires - America and Britain - for North American supremacy.

111 Fort Beauséjour Road Aulac

New Brunswick E4L 2W5


Belliveau Orchard (Memramcook)

Located among the lush hills that stretch along the Petitcodiac River Valley in New Brunswick, they are one of Atlantic Canada’s premier growers and suppliers of apples. Sample some cider or wine, have a snack in the orchard cafe or pick your own apples during harvest season.

Situé parmi les collines fertiles qui s’étendent le long de la rivière Petitcodiac, le Verger Belliveau Orchard est un producteur et fournisseur de pommes de premier plan au Canada atlantique. Nous vous invitons à découvrir nos cidres et vins, à déguster une collation à notre café, ou cueillir vos propres pommes lors de notre autocueillette.

1209 Principale Street Memramcook

New Brunswick E4K 2S6


Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site (Memramcook)

Standing as a proud symbol of contemporary Acadie, visitors to the Monument-Lefebvre will, through the sweeping exhibit “Reflections of a Journey – The Odyssey of the Acadian People,”

journey into the past and vibrant future of the Acadian people, alive in music and history. Cultural programming offered year-round in the Théâtre du Monument-Lefebvre.

480 Centrale Street Memramcook

New Brunswick E4K 3S6