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One of Fredericton’s most beautiful and historic areas, Officers’ Square was named one of the Top 10 Public Spaces in Canada! It was a centre of military activity when Fredericton was garrisoned by the British and Canadian Armies. During July and...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
585 Queen Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 1C3, Canada
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A nice little city park used for all kinds of events ranging from craft fairs to music festivals. In the summer you can catch a movie under the stars and in the winter there is an ice surface and you can go skating.
We did get a premium spot to watch the changing of the guard on the balcony of the museum in the square. It was interesting and the soldiers did well in their marching and piping and drumming.
There seemed to be a narrator (on speakers...More
A real gem! Part of former British Amy complex in Colonial times. Birthplace of Canada's Armed Forces with small but interesting Museum onsite. Green leafy space, flanked by historic buildings and markers, with a statue of Lord Beaverbrook at its center. Great river views. Small...More
I heard the City of Fredericton is going to make this better, but at this point, it is basically a big empty square of grass. The changing of the guard is something to see - try to catch that in the summer months.
We have attended many events at Officer Square. It is a beautiful location and easily accessible. Officer Square hosts alot of local events as well as local artists. Check out the City of Fredericton fb page or website for details on upcoming events.
We love the free concerts at Officers' Square which are usually held two nights a week during summer months. Over the years they have upgraded the square by building public washrooms and a larger stage. There is a bit of controversy going on at the...More