What would you miss most from your 21st century life if you were suddenly transported back in time nearly 200 years? 35 km West of Fredericton lays a world where time stands still. Kings Landing Historical Settlement recreates the lifestyle of 19th century New Brunswickers as they progressed from the early settlement of Loyalists and Scottish & Irish immigrants through Confederation to the Victorian age.
During your visit, you can join in and help the villagers churn butter, spin wool or maybe milk a cow! See the latest fashions, and learn about the newest technologies from the hard working folk in this living history museum.
*The buildings at Kings Landing have all been moved to the site from other locations in the Saint John River Valley. Most were moved during the late 60s by flatbed, barge or ice.
*Kings Landing came to be as a result of the construction of the Mactaquac Hydroelectric Dam in the late 60s.