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Fredericton's City Hall, built in 1876, is the oldest one still in use in the Maritimes. Visitors are welcomed to the City at the Visitor Information Centre located in the lobby, and can tour the Council Chamber, see the restored clockworks and a...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
397 Queen Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 4Y7, Canada
Thanks to Deborah for a quick personal tour of the chamber and information on the tapestry. This was going the extra mile. The visitor centre is very useful - and still open until mid-October. It has a wash room -always a plus! Okay...and there’s lots...More
FrederictonTourism, Manager at City Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Hello Stevethearchitect! Thank you for your review of City Hall, and we will be sure to pass on your kind words to our wonderful counsellor, Deborah. The tapestries are a great way to learn the history of Fredericton.
Beautiful day, beautiful town,lovely FREE walking tour from city hall. Piano to play outside city hall. After the tour buy an ice cream at Molly’s while walking back towards city hall. Great afternoon.
great for those that love architecture, this well maintained Historic building has a water fountain outside with a cupid called Freddy.Don't miss the national historic site plaque on the side of the building
After you have seen the changing of the guard, go arounf to the rear of the building to the visitor information center for info on everything happening in the district.
If you are travelling from another region or the USA, ask for a free 3...More