Fredericton / Experience / Fredericton Region Museum
571 Queen St.
Fredericton, NB E3B 5C8

Fredericton Region Museum

Inside the one-time Officers' Quarters, the history of the City of Fredericton and surrounding area is interpreted in an engaging manner in several exhibition spaces, including exhibitions on the Aboriginal, Acadian and Loyalist inhabitants of the area, and more.

There's something for kids too – check out the books, puzzles, and colouring stations and interactive exhibitions throughout the museum.

The museum is also home to the world famous 42-pound legend, The Coleman Frog.


July to August, daily 10am–5pm. April to June & September to November, Tuesday to Saturday 1–4pm. December to April by appointment or by chance. Office staff available year-round, weekdays from 9am–5pm.

Group Tours (French and English) can be arranged in advance. First floor wheelchair accessible.
Admission: $3/students, $6/adults, $15/family. Children under 6 free.