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Legislative Assembly Building

706 Queen St.
Fredericton, NB E3B 1C5

Legislative Assembly Building

This stone building with impressive dome has served as the seat of government in New Brunswick since 1882. A notable spiral staircase and portrait gallery of former Lieutenant Governors greets visitors in the main entrance. The chamber reflects the taste of the late Victorians with a brass chandelier, oriental-style carpet and Speaker's chair set on a dais under a canopy bearing a carving of the Royal Coat of Arms.

Free guided tours daily during summer from late-June until late-August, 10am-5pm (last tour at 4:30pm). From September until late-June, tours are available Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm by appointment.


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