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Things to See & Do

There is so much to enjoy in the Village of St. Martins and around our beautiful province.

 

Experience the Wonders of Nature

One must-do on your visit to the area is to pack a picnic and head to the Fundy Trail Parkway, just minutes from St. Martins, for an extraordinary eco-adventure. Explore pristine beaches, incredible lookouts and follow trails to tumbling waterfalls. The Fundy Trail is one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas in North America and features breathtaking vistas, flora, and fauna abound in this multi-use corridor hugging New Brunswick’s majestic Bay of Fundy – One of the Marine Wonders of the World.

 

 

Other points of interest include twin covered bridges (the only place in the world where two covered bridges can be photographed at the same time!), the famous sea caves and a stunning crescent-shaped beach, all within walking distance from the Weslan Inn.

 

 

Learn About the Area's Rich History

The Village of St. Martins was founded by Loyalists in 1783 and was originally known as Quaco. Throughout the 19th century, St. Martins was an important shipbuilding centre. There are so many intriguing stories to tell about our history, and we highly recommend that you visit the Quaco Museum for an engaging tour (ask about Prince Victor). The museum is about a ten-minute stroll down Main Street from the Weslan Inn.


 

More to See & Do 

In addition to visiting all things St. Martins, you'll find some of New Brunswick's most famous attractions below, along with driving distances from the Weslan Inn:

 

 

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