Discover the best top things to do in Miramichi, Canada including Miramichi River, Ritchie Wharf, St. Michael's Basilica, French Fort Cove, Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre, Middle Island Irish Historical Park, Wilson's Point, Miramichi Natural History Museum, Historic Beaverbrook House, W.S. Loggie Cultural Centre.
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5 based on 98 reviews
We were in Miramichi this weekend to see the Tall Ships come in. The five boats came in on the beautiful Miramichi River which runs through the city. The scenery at the river is gorgeous, particularly at the bride and wharf area. This river is famous as a salmon river and is also simply gorgeous as a river.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
We come to Miramichi every few years to visit family and this is one of our favourite places to come. This time we had our four year old and two year old with us and we actually boated down the river and docked for the evening at Ritchie Wharf. The kids had a blast in the sprayers and on the playground. The bigger playground was still under construction but looks like it will be great when finished.
5 based on 30 reviews
What an impressive sight from a distance, and what an even more impressive presence up close. This is the largest Gothic church east of Montreal, in very good condition, and obviously well taken care of by an active parish. The original stained glass windows and the windows in the side chapel that were salvaged from another church are remarkable.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
One of our favorite places to stop when in the area or when driving through as a pit stop. We went Sunday so my husband could do some geocaching and my daughter and I played at the park and walked around a bit. We love going there.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
We were there just after Labor Day. No costumed historic charactors. We did get to hear about the island on the ride over. We were givin a map of the island. But the map nor our boat ride prepared us for the hike on the island. The distances from point A to point B would of been nice. The hike to the end of the island and then back to where the boat picks you up was long for two people over 60. We are quiet hikers and did not see much wildlife.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Always have great visits and though closed for the season now, The Captain's Galley is a great spot for a quick snack with unbelievable value. I often remark that they don't charge enough for certain dishes. Middle Island is of historical significance and a great family spot to visit all at once.
5 based on 6 reviews
We recently visited the Graveyard at Wilson's with some friends of ours from Scotland..It was a very warn day..so a welcome walked through the government of trees surrounding the graveyard..
Many interesting headstones to read..They gave you a feeling of what was going on over the years..way back when..the the Scottish settlers..Exiting the trees is a lovely view of the River..
Just wear lots of "OFF "...Lots of mosquitoes..
4 based on 5 reviews
4 based on 7 reviews
The Historic Beaverbrook House is the childhood home of Lord Beaverbrook, formerly known as Max Aitken. It was later used as the first public library for the town of Newcastle. It now houses a plethora of historic artifacts dating from the late 1800's to the Second World War. Only open for tours during the summer months.
This was a wonderful afternoon. We were met by a great actor who represented a historical figure closely connected to Lord Beaverbrook in his early years when still in the Miramichi area, then we were greeted by a tour guide in costume who gave us some background on Beaverbrook's contribution to WWII in his position of Minister of War Production, then we were escorted to Beaverbook's WAr Office, where another actor played Lord Beaverbrook. A lovely tea with fresh scones and sweets followed, along with the actors, who stayed in character throughout. A great deal for only $12!
4 based on 2 reviews
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