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Huge lobster, great pictures

One can not go to Shediac and not visit the giant lobster. My husband and I first found it 15 yrs... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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It’s a giant and rather ugly lobster, made of plastic/resin/something! Perhaps seeing it in... read more

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One of the most photographed attractions in New Brunswick, i.e. Shediac’s Giant Lobster, is ageing gracefully, even very gracefully, and we plan to celebrate its 25th anniversary in style this year (2015). This work of art measuring 11 metres long...more
229 Main St | Rotary Park, Shediac, New Brunswick E4P 2A5, Canada
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Had a great time! Wish I was still there. We were there for the lobster festival. Lots of things to do, spend the day at the beach, and ate amazing food. Lobster, fresh fish, fry clams were awesome! Drinks -Moose head radlers was my favourite....More

Thank Kelly B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ok it's an attraction at the door of the city, but that's just a lobster. My wife like it more than me, she climb like kids, that I take a picture of her on it. Small gift stores, restrooms and for me more important the...More

Thank Stephane M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One can not go to Shediac and not visit the giant lobster. My husband and I first found it 15 yrs ago when we visited Shediac with our kids. 15 years later, my husband and I were driving through New Brunswick and made a point...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We were on an Insight Vacations coach tour of the Maritime Provinces and stopped for a photo op. It was impressive!

Thank Jim M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The lobster sculpture is really impressive up close! Great spot for pictures and neat story of how it got there.

Thank Veronica P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its advertised as a giant lobster. I can confirm it is, in fact, a giant lobster. It is not alive so you dont have to worry about it attacking you. You can climb on it and have your picture taken with it. Overall I would...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It’s a giant and rather ugly lobster, made of plastic/resin/something! Perhaps seeing it in sheeting rain and high winds did it no favours though?

Thank 533debra
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great attraction site to visit and take some pictures. We were in Shediac for the Shediac Bay Cruise (lobster fishing, demo on how to properly eat a lobster and lobster dinner). After the cruise we went to see the giant lobster: we were there about...More

Thank S O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The giant lobster sounded appealing from reviews on the internet, but once there it really wasn't all that interesting. It really is just a giant lobster. Great for a photo opp and for kids to climb on and around however.

Thank Alisiya G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You'll find the world's largest lobster here. You can climb up a few steps (but be careful) and take a picture with the lobster. It's a fun and goofy way for adults to act like a kid again. Also a fun little cheap souvenir. The...More

Thank Sue6340
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March 30, 2017|
Response from muchmusic | Reviewed this property |
If you look on a Google map, there is a Shediac tourist information center right close by the Giant Lobster Park, and I think they could help you find the name you want for the Gift shop. Hope that helps.