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Fredericton City Info:
Fredericton is the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. Fredericton is an important cultural, artistic and educational centre for the province.
Fredericton is located on the Trans-Canada Highway, which passes along the southern municipal boundary. Highways 7 and 8 (the latter being a former alignment of the Trans-Canada) also pass through the city. Two highway bridges, the Westmorland Street Bridge and the Princess Margaret Bridge, cross the Saint John River.
Graced with tree-lined streets, Victorian homes, top attractions, arts and cultural events, a variety of sporting facilities, kilometers of trails, acres of parks and green space, two universities, and an airport, Fredericton is one of the most successful and vibrant small cities in North America.
Fredericton is more cosmopolitan than many cities its size. This is reflected in cuisine offered by local ethnic restaurants (which include Brazilian, Caribbean, Chinese, Greek, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Lebanese Mexican, and Pakistani foods). There are also several retail outlets that sell ethnic products and artifacts.
Fredericton is an important cultural centre of the region featuring art galleries, the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, museums and theatres which promote local artistic and literary talent.
Helpful links if you’re moving to Fredericton
Leo Hayes High School, which opened in 1999, primarily serves students living on Fredericton’s north side. In addition, there are four middle schools, fourteen elementary schools and three private schools in the city. Fredericton is also serviced by the French language École Sainte-Anne which provides K-12 French language education. nbed.nb.ca
There are no professional sports teams in Fredericton, although both universities have extensive athletic programs. Fredericton has several parks, including Odell Park and Wilmot Park. Killarney Lake and nearby Mactaquac Provincial Park have small beaches which are popular in the summer. Skiing (and snowboarding in recent years) at nearby Crabbe Mountain is also a common winter activity among city residents. There are also several cross-country skiing trails that cross the city.
Fredericton contains numerous public parks featuring preserved forest lands – such as O’dell Park – along with a botanical garden, and areas for picnics and family recreation www.foundlocally.com
Arts & Culture
Downtown also hosts many of the city’s cultural attractions such as The Playhouse, the York-Sunbury Museum, and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival, Fredericton’s Sports Hall of Fame. nbsportshalloffame.com
Woolastook Family Park is THE place to visit . It hosts 3 beaches, volleyball courts, canoeing, 4 water slides, 18-hole mini-golf course, 9-hole golf course and hiking and bike trails. Green Village Butterfly House is always a favorite, The Carleton II offers 1-hour excursions on the river aboard a new ship with a capacity of 100 passengers. You’ll learn about local history and view the city from the scenic river. www.foundlocally.com
Nicky Zee’s is a sizzling nightclub or enjoy full dinner menus at Dolan’s Pub. Take in the warm breeze at the Fredericton Outdoor Summer Theatre. Yours to discover. Visit this site
The Abbey Glen Riverfront Bed & Breakfast sports its dazzling original king pine floors and is only a ten minute walk to the city’s centre. The Amsterdam Inn offers a deluxe complimentary continental breakfast, patio drive-ups and easy access to the city. Many more hotels to choose from. Visit this site
Fredericton has many different ethnic cuisine food types to explore. Try the Asian Beef Noodle or Bugaboo Creek Pub & Steakhouse, Caribbean Flavas Fine Dining includes curries, seafood and a varietiety of smoothies. Summertime lunches and dinner cruises are offered on board The Carlton. Visit this site
Fredericton’s Suburbs & Regions
Beresford, Bouctouche, Caraquet, Dalhousie, Grand Bay-Westfield, Grand Falls, Hampton, Hartland, Lameque, Nackawic, Oromocto, Quispamsis, Richibucto, Riverview, Rothesay, Sackville, Shediac, Shippagan, St. Andrews, St. George, St-Leonard, St-Quentin, St. Stephen, Sussex, Tracadie-Sheila, Woodstock