Harvest Jazz and Blues Headquarters
The best international festival experience on Canada’s East Coast! Fredericton comes alive for six days each September as hundreds of world class performers appear on dozens of stages, all conveniently...
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Harvey Studios
Harvey Studios is one of the oldest photography studios in Canada, established in 1883.  They are an integrated operation offering portraits, commercial and school photography, a complete camera store, a...
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Isaac’s Way Restaurant
Comfort food with a twist!  We are proud to serve local ingredients, with a hearty weekend breakfast, and a tasty kids’ menu.  Stroll through our art gallery and auction, over 50...
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Joy of Framing
Specializing in the fine art of framing! Joy of Framing was established in Fredericton and has been operated by the Belyea family and associates since 1976. Located in the heritage...
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Mazerolle Art Gallery
Marilyn Mazerolle is a self employed artist living and working in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. In 1985, Marilyn Received a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Nova Scotia College of...
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New Brunswick College of Craft & Design
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design is the only one of its kind in Canada that focuses entirely on fine crafts and design. They’ve done this since 1938. In...
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New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame
The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame is a sports museum located in the heart of downtown Fredericton. A visit to the Hall will allow visitors to experience New Brunswick’s...
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Open Your Art
Angela Black has been an ongoing inspired art teacher for multiple organizations in Fredericton for many years, including UNB-CEL, The Charlotte Street Arts Centre, Estey Creations and recently Riverside Montessori...
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Owl’s Nest Bookstore
A little gem downtown! The Owl’s Nest Bookstore is filled with previously loved books for all ages. Roam their walls and narrow corridors seeking page bound treasures old and new....
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School Days Museum
The School Days Museum is alive and well and continues to grow and improve. Even though it is located in Fredericton, the School Day’s Museum is actually a provincial museum...
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