Presiding over the Bay of Fundy, picturesque Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick, which began as a settlement in 1631.
Saint John grew up around the ship-building industry, and cruise ships continue to make Saint John a port of call.
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada
There is a lot to explore here, such as the thriving ecosystem that is part of the Bay of Fundy, in the Irving Nature Park.
New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, New Brunswick
Exhibits include a full sized whale and a mastodon. During your visit, you can hike a geological "our changing earth" trail back through time in the Natural Sciences Gallery, where the geology and palaeontology collections number about 50,000 specimens, or whale watch in the Hall of the Great Whales.
In the History Galleries, you can follow the river route, admire the great sailing ships of the past, and experience life in a lumber camp.