20 Things Under 20 Dollars to do in Miramichi

  1. To Celebrate Canada 150, Parks Canada are giving away free passes to all National Parks, visit Kouchibouguac National Park !
  2. Cross New Brunswick’s longest suspension bridge – the Priceville footbridge!
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  3. Visit the naive art’s free exhibit by Paul Ouelllette at Carrefour’s Galerie Artcadienne.
  4. Take a stroll around Middle Island Historical Park to learn the history of Miramichi’s early Irish settlers, maybe even grab lunch at the Captain’s Galley or relax on the beach.
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  5. Bring your mountain bike and hit some of the best cross country single track in Atlantic Canada at French Fort Cove.
  6. Book your free tour of Maison Beausoleil on Tuesdays or Thursdays to learn about oysters from the harvest to the shucking. Finish off with a taste test for just $5!
  7. Sunday evenings at 7 pm throughout the summer you can take in free music at Bicentennial Park with Beaubear’s Island Symphony at Sunset! [June 25 – August 27]
  8. Bake your dreams come true with $2 cupcakes every Tuesday at Cake a Chance.
  9. Putt it this way, you will have a great time at Maurie’s Mini Putt & Ice Cream! Adults can play 18 holes for just $4.05 or $2.30 for the kids. At prices that fantastic, you can even celebrate your win with a delicious ice cream!
  10. Don’t forget to pack your pail and shovel. The kids will love a day on the white sand beaches of Escuminac! Day passes are just $5.00 for adults or $2.00 for children.
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  11. Ride the rails on the Whooper Train for a great lookout on the entire property of the Woodmen’s museum. Fun for the kid and the kid at heart! [Museum entry $3-6 + $3 for train ticket]
  12. Have a traditional aboriginal experience as you browse through thousands of artifacts and walk ancestral trails at Metepenagiag Heritage Park. [$3-$8]
  13. Dare the dark while getting spooked by the tale of Miramichi’s Headless nun [9pm MWF – $10]
  14. Have a spot of tea and scones with Lord Beaverbrook. Hear his harrowing account of The Battle of Britain, and hear about what is was like to serve as the Minister of War Production under Sir Winston Churchill. This experience is every Monday at 1:30 PM through August 28. [$12]
  15. Grab a hearty weekend brunch (like their smoked salmon eggs benny!) at Flo’s Hideaway  before walking the trails and exploring Wilson’s Point!
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  16. All aboard the Max Aitken to enjoy the warm breeze in your hair! Set sail from Ritchie’s Wharf at 2 pm daily! $15 for adults & $10 per child!
  17. Is there anything better than a day of floating on the river? Rent an inner tube at Stewart’s tubing $15 if you’re an adult and $10 for kids up to 12!
  18. Beaubear’s Island’s historic tour carries you and yours into a time when the sound of auger, saw, and file were heard plainly among the pines and the Island shipyard turned out some of the finest vessels in the world $15 per person ($13.50 for students / seniors!)
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  19. Get into the swing of things at the Miramichi Golf & Country Club! After four pm you can play 9 holes for just $18.00
  20. Fly above the trees on New Brunswick’s longest Zipline! Over the Cove Zipline costs $20 for adults or $15 for seniors and children.

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