- Our list of the best things to do in Edmundston, New Brunswick, features the top 10 nearby activities — including 7 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Edmundston, New Brunswick has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, Adventures, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Edmundston, New Brunswick
88% 75 votes
15 Principale St | Saint-Jacques, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
Open since 1993, the New Brusnwick Botanical Garden is home to a diverse array of plants. Multiple themed gardens are spread about, with babbling brooks, peaceful ponds, and bird watching. There is an indoor butterfly exhibit filled with colorful wings and flowers.
100% 9 votes
31 Principale Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
Over 250 objects are on display at the Antique Automobile Museum. Several classic cars are showcased, including a Bricklin, a car that once was made in New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Botanical Gardens are located close by.
100% 3 votes
17412, route 2, Saint-Jacques, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
The Centre Provincial d'Information aux Visiteurs de Saint-Jacques offers amenities for travelers. As well as a comfortable rest area, the centre supplies visitors with maps and guides of the region, pointing out attractions that shouldn't be missed.
Rebuilt from the original plans in 2000, Le Fortin Du Petit Sault was first constructed in 1841 by the British Army. The fort was to be a deterrent during a land dispute between England and the United States. Today visitors can observe historical artifacts while admiring the picturesque views.
100% 4 votes
570 Rue Victoria, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
Founded in 1926, Club de Golf Fraser Edmundston is an 18-hole golf course and club. The tree-lined terrain creates some challenging holes for beginners and advanced golfers. There is an on-site pro shop and restaurant.
75% 4 votes
145, rue Rice, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
The Roman Catholic Cathedrale de l'Immaculee-Conception opened its doors to parishioners in 1927. The Cathedrale is known for its elegant and elaborate architecture and crypt. In 2001, the Ministry of Tourism, Heritage, and Culture officially recognized it as a provincial heritage place.
100% 2 votes
121, rue Victoria Street, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
Housed in an old train station, the Office du Tourisme Edmundston Madawaska provides visitors with information about the area. Recommendations about local attractions and hidden gems can be gathered from the knowledgeable staff.
- 0 votes
165, boulevard Hebert, Edmundston, New Brunswick MoreLess Info
Located on the University of Moncton campus, the Musee Historique du Madawaska is collaboration between the university and local historical groups. The museum has permanent exhibits about the local history, and a collection of works from local artists.