Fredericton has the recipe for making a memorable group visit! Our blend of culture, heritage, outdoor beauty and relaxed atmosphere make it a popular destination for groups and FIT travelers. Centrally located, New Brunswick’s Capital City is ready to welcome your group to the province’s #1 motor coach overnight destination!
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Fredericton Tourism is here to help tour operators with tour plans for their clients and we would love to hear from you.
Mary Ellen Hudson
Group Tour & Travel
Economic Development Tourism and Culture Division, City of Fredericton
Here is what a few tour operators have to say about their experience in Fredericton :
Richard Roth, President
CanWest Tours, Edmonton, AB
“I absolutely loved Fredericton and I did get over to the Farmer’s Market that Saturday morning. What I loved about it was the diversity of product and also the obvious care taken by the organizers to ensure that products are local. It was well worth the visit, even if I didn’t have time to sample all of the delicacies!! The wood products were amazing – great and imaginative ideas!
The community spirit, the positive atmosphere in the city and the laid-back feel of the place (not to mention King’s Landing on your doorstep!) combine to make your city fabulous and highly recommended to our clients!!”
Martha Brackett, Operations Manager
Tour Trends, Ltd.
“Thanks so much for all the effort you put into our FAM trip. I can't wait to see how our new tour of New Brunswick will sell.
Also, the document and itinerary information you provided has got to be the MOST helpful and informative I have ever received.
You do your business proud!”
Freedom Tours, Saint John, NB
“Fredericton is our key destination for student groups in the province of New Brunswick. The variety of historical attractions and modern activities means that we can plan full days for their itineraries. From stepping into the past at Kings Landing to seeing a volcano explode at Science East, Fredericton can provide our students with true hands-on experiences.”