Saint John Travel Guide
Welcome to Saint John!
Located in southern New Brunswick, directly across the Bay of Fundy from Nova Scotia, Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick and one of the oldest incorporated cities in Canada. Visitors can absorb its rich history by retracing the footsteps of its settlers on the Loyalist Trail, a one and a half hour tour that visits such sites as the Loyalist House, a museum and national historic site, the Loyalist Burial Grounds and the renowned Old City Market, the oldest farmer—s market in Canada. Tourists can also experience the diverse wonders of nature within and surrounding Saint John. Must-see attractions include the Fundy Trail, which offers spectacular views of the Bay of Fundy—s coastline complete with the perfect spot to witness the highest tides in the world, and the natural phenomenon of the world famous Reversing Falls. In the downtown area, world-class shopping from local artisans and a thriving festival and arts community await.
Located in the province's capital, the New Brunswick Museum features artifacts from the area and around the world.
Hotels & Motels
Tasteful furnishings are offered in rooms at this hotel that is conveniently located a few minutes from the City Market and Reversing Falls.
Those hoping to get a back terrain experience in Saint John's Rockwood Park need look no further than DayTripping.