Brunswick’s Experience Collection offers endless possibilities along the Acadian Peninsula.
Indulge in a mouth-watering lobster feast, feel the sun on your back as you dig for clams or explore an ecological park and reconnect with the environment around you. Let yourself be charmed by the « joie de vivre » of people in this area.
Experience the Acadian Peninsula your way.
The Sea Captain and His Lighthouse
New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Centre – Old Portage Island Lighthouse
Learn all about Acadian fishing culture from singer, sea captain and storyteller Donat Lacroix. As he regales you with legends and lore, you’ll also learn special fishermen skills.
Réservations : 506-336-3013
Treasure Hunt on Acadian Islands
Two Islands, A Thousand Treasures
5 $ - 10 $ / pers.
Discover the hidden treasures and tales of Lamèque and Miscou islands as you venture out on a treasure hunt including stops at natural, cultural and historical attractions.
Biologist for a Day
New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Centre
Avec des scientifiques de l’aquarium, les jeunes apprennent les mystères de la biologie marine et s’amusent à observer, à sentir et à toucher d’intrigantes créatures!
Réservations : 1-506-336-3013
Live the Life of a Lobster Fisher
Camping Plage Val-Comeau
40 $ - 60 $
Everyday from May 1st to June 30th (weather permitting)
Departures at 5 am in season
Step on board a traditional fishing boat to learn the secrets of the trade; your hard work is rewarded with a shoreside lobster feast !
Make an Acadian Memory
Village historique acadien
Min. 8 $ - max. 45 $
A day at this living museum portraying the lives of Acadians from 1770 to 1949 will have you taking home a long lasting Acadian memory.
Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula
9 $ - 25 $
From June 18th to August 21st, daily between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on the hourExperience the wonder of nature using all of your senses, on this guided tour of the 5 unique ecosystems found on the Acadian Peninsula.