Kings Landing Historical Settlement
In the world kaleidoscope of cultural attractions, Kings Landing Historical Settlement stands out as a striking example of history brought to life. Nestled on the banks of the majestic St. John River in the heartland of New Brunswick, nowhere is there a natural setting more spectacular nor an historical setting more sensitive to the living legacy of the United Empire Loyalists.
New Brunswickers and out of the province tourists.
Kings Landing Historical Settlement is a 'Must See and Do' tourist attraction in New Brunswick. It is an outdoor living museum in which 19th Century New Brunswick comes to life. It is comprised of approximately 300 acres and has over 70 period buildings, including homes, farms, a mill, a school, two churches, Kings Head Inn. Kings Landing operates from June to October, and also offers special Harvest and Christmas dinners. It is situated approximately 20 minutes from the City of Fredericton.
Unless otherwise specified, Fees exclude the harmonized sales tax (HST).
|Fee Description||Rate in $||Effective Date|
|Student (16 years old and over)||12.00||2004-01-01|
|Child under 6||Gratuit/ Free||2004-01-01|
|Victorian vacation (with accommodation)||650.00||2004-01-01|
|Victorian vacation (without accommodation)||535.00||2004-01-01|
|Groups (Minimum of 20 persons)||2004-01-01|
|Student from school program||6.00||2004-01-01|
|Student from a non educational program||5.00||2004-01-01|
|Self Guided Tours||2004-01-01|
|Adult - No Guide||9.25||2004-01-01|
|Youth (6-16) - No Guide||6.00||2004-01-01|
|Youth (6-16) - With Guide||7.00||2004-01-01|