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- The Sussex murals have become well-known, and they are worth looking at - and not only the ones on main street, but scattered around town.Written November 14, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great hike that takes about 25 minutes each way. Some of the greatest views of Dutch Valley. Make sure to wear blaze orange (hunters orange) on the trail as people do hunt this area.Written December 2, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Decided to get out for first ski this year, still skiing at 73. Not as adventurous at this age but still fun. Not a lot of people out on a great night, only -2, no wind , not really shaved off so snow worked. Lighting could be a little more in places but certainly skiable. Really like the newer lodge, roomy and nice bar area. Steak night was a bust for us, but that is another comment under restaurant. Been skiing here at least once or more a year for 37 years.Written January 25, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great find got to taste test some excellent spirits. The lady serving us made some excellent recommendations. Welcoming place worth a stop.Written August 26, 2022
- I was on my way to Timberland Motel when I came across this park with the strange zoological formations adorning the site. The formations were not well maintained but as a novelty item, it is perhaps worth a few minutes?
This site is actually in Penobsquis - an ald Mi'kmaw term for "stone and brook" - a few kilometers from Sussex, but perhaps the mailing address is in Sussex.Written September 1, 2021
- This regimental museum (8th Hussars, founded 1848) is housed in a former railway station in the centre of Sussex. From this station, many local recruits left to fight in Europe.
The collection focuses mainly on the Great War and WWII but pays hommage to UN Peacekeepering and the Afghan mission as well. Most of the personal artefacts are connected to the regiment. Several dioramas portray conditions lived by combattants, including a WWI trench and an adjutant's tent from WWII.
The tour guide who accompanied us was well informed and obviously engaged with the ongoing development of the collection. Her explanations and anecdotes added immeasurably to our experience. She offered to send copies of a few photographs of the train station and they were waiting for us in email upon our return home.
Definitely worth a visit.Written July 26, 2021
- The advertising said 8 covered bridges called kissing bridges. There were only 2 so we were disapppintedWritten June 18, 2018
- Large array of artifacts from New Brunswick's agricultural past. Helpful guides will answer questions or give tours. I was surprised by the two headed cow.Written August 4, 2018
- We enjoyed a few flights they came out on boards made from skis..cute presentation. Cold beverages on a sunny day. Their non alcohol ice teas were perfect. I would recommend the cranberry or blueberry lemonades. The passion fruit drink was a nice surprise. Great atmosphere lots of locals.Written August 26, 2022
- This art gallery closed in 2016, however if you are looking for great local artists try the Viewfinders gallery on Main Street. Gallery features local landscape art and photography, quirky portrait spoons, other local people's work such as metal art work, jewellery and woodwork. Check opening times - in Winter only open Thursday to Saturday.Written February 27, 2017
- Excellent Adventure! Leroy and the staff at Timbertop were absolutely amazing. We had to do several reschedules due to weather and lockdown, but the wait was worth it. Leroy did a tremendous job of keeping us updated about situations affecting our booking and was always extremely accommodating. Made it to Snider Mountain on March 20th, and had such a great time. Leroy and Alec were our guides. There are guides with you the whole time. If you are new, they take you through the entire process of harnessing up, safety, etc. with clear, easy to follow instructions. They are also there to help reassure you if you are nervous and have never zip lined before.Both our guides were very friendly and the time 'flew' by. 13 zip lines, all through the trees. A great way to spend a few hours. Looking forward to going back next season as well and going to Timbertop in Saint John, when it opens for the season.Written March 21, 2022
- Local artifacts built around the holes.
Nice place, nice people. Never felt rushed thru it.
Family fun, affordable.Written April 28, 2022
- As far as golf courses go, this one is pretty good. Everything is maintained extremely well and although the Pro Shop and restaurant is old, it is very well kept.Written May 18, 2018
- This shop WAS a great place to shop however it has been closed for a couple of years now.
Can not purchase
Closed never to be reopenedWritten August 9, 2017
- They make you park 6 feet apart but your not allowed to sit in the box of your truck, “because of covid”
Why bother park 6 feet apart if you can’t get on back of vehicle?!? How does getting in the back of a truck on an air mattress have any danger of transferring covid with other vehicles being well over 6 feet away?!
But the canteen is still open and staff on one side of the counter doesn’t even have a place to wash their hands!
This place need to re-evaluate...
This is my 3 kids first and last experienceWritten June 21, 2020