Miramichi New Brunswick Canada

5 Famous Tourist Places In Miramichi New Brunswick Canada

Miramichi is one of the largest cities in northern region of New Brunswick, Canada. Famous Tourist Places In Miramichi New Brunswick Canada make Miramichi best tourist attraction place in New Brunswick.

It is located at mouth of Miramichi River where this river enters Miramichi Bay. Miramichi River valley is one of the 2nd longest valleys in New Brunswick, after Saint John River Valley.


Famous Tourist Places In Miramichi New Brunswick Canada

1. Miramichi River: Miramichi River is located in the east-central area of New Brunswick, Canada. This river drains into Miramichi Bay in Gulf of St. Lawrence.

“Miramichi River” name has been derived from Montagnais words “Maissimeu Assi”, and is the namesake of Miramichi Herald at Canadian Heraldic Authority.


2. Ritchie Wharf: ‘Shipbuilding’ is theme of charming Public Park. This waterfront was a thriving shipbuilding industry, which is a place today where children have fun in nautically themed playground.

Children love to play in this playground and get wet on splash pad. You can also sit in that ground and can have a scoop of ice cream.


3. St. Michael’s Basilica: St. Michael’s Basilica is on a hill that overlooks Miramichi River in New Brunswick, Canada.

It is one of the Famous Tourist Places In Miramichi New Brunswick Canada. It is one of the dominant features of former Town of Chatham and the largest church in Eastern Canada.


4. French Fort Cove: This French Fort Cove is a multi-season park with biking trails, hiking and walking as well as an amazing zip line.

During July and August visitors take part in Dare the Dark with Headless Nun adventure. Autumn also brings beautiful and amazing views of colourful foliage.


5. Middle Island Irish Historical Park: Middle Island Irish Historical Park in the 19th century was a quarantine station; specifically for immigrations from Irish those flew Irish Potato Famine.

In 1873 this park was declared permanent quarantine station by Federal Government until year 1948.

You can visit the interpretive panels and picnic areas, the Captain’s Galley Restaurant, amphitheatre, Interpretive Centre and Celtic Cross to enjoy this park.


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