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Boss Gibson's Marysville, National Historic Site

River St.
Marysville, NB

Boss Gibson's Marysville, National Historic Site

To be a true explorer of Fredericton, it is important that you venture to the banks of the Nashwaak River on the city’s north side, where a grand, 4 storey brick building keeps watch over the community of Marysville. This building, the Marysville Cotton Mill, is a National Historic Site and sets the scene for the story of an industrial town, its buildings still largely intact more than 130 years after the first bricks were laid.

Discover the ingenious business and community model put in place by Alexander “Boss” Gibson by touring this National Historic District.