Top Things to Do in Miramichi 2021



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Ritchie Wharf

Ritchie Wharf

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Cocagne Range Front Lighthouse

Cocagne Range Front LighthouseNearby City

4/52 Reviews
"It feels fairly general and relatively unpopular."
Historic Garrison District

Historic Garrison DistrictNearby City

4.7/53 Reviews
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"Featured Neighborhood"
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Fréjus is an ancient military port in southern France. It originated in the Roman port city Forum Julii. The town still has many ancient Roman remains, including an aqueduct and amphitheater."
Officers' Square

Officers' SquareNearby City

4/52 Reviews
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"It feels pretty good. There are not many people here."
Reed's Point Lighthouse

Reed's Point LighthouseNearby City

4.8/55 Reviews
"This lighthouse is a famous lighthouse on the seaside of St. John. It is located on the edge of a cliff. It looks very dangerous. It faces the sea and the scenery is very open. You can see him from a long boat ride on the sea. He is also one of the symbols of Saint John."
Confederation Bridge

Confederation BridgeNearby City

4.3/510 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The Canadian Confederation Bridge is a 12.9-kilometer-long cross-sea highway bridge connecting Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The bridge started in 1993 and opened to traffic in 1997. It is a two-lane express road with a total length of nearly 13 kilometers (8 miles), a speed limit of 80 kilometers, and 65 piers."
RCMP Memorial

RCMP MemorialNearby City

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Hartland Covered Bridge

Hartland Covered BridgeNearby City

4.6/59 Reviews
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Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"The longest wooden covered bridge in the world—the Canadian Hartland Bridge is in New Brunswick, Canada. It spans the St. John’s River and connects the two towns of Hartland and Somerville. The total length is 391 meters. This bridge was built in 1901. It was not a covered bridge at first. It collapsed in 1920 and was rebuilt in 1922 to form a covered bridge. It can be passed by carriages, horses and pedestrians. In 1980, it was listed as a national historical relic of Canada."

CavendishNearby City

4.8/54 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The old beach. Red sand beach. It is very long and consists of 3 paragraphs. One ticket can enter and exit. The three parks are not connected, and the ones who go out and come in. It is recommended to drive ten million more than the price. There are changing rooms in the park. There seems to be no bath."
Fredericton Botanic Garden

Fredericton Botanic GardenNearby City

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