Fodor's Expert Review Acadian Historical Village

Caraquet Museum Village

More than 40 restored buildings here re-create Acadian communities between 1770 and 1949. There are modest homes, a church, a school, and a village shop, as well as an industrial area with a lobster hatchery, a cooper, and a tinsmith shop. The bilingual staff tells fascinating stories and provides demonstrations; visitors are invited to take part. You can also enjoy dinner and entertainment during the evening and stay overnight in the grand Hôtel Château Albert, an authentic re-creation of a 1907 hotel.

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Quick Facts

5 rue du Pont, Bertrand
Rivière-du-Nord, New Brunswick  E1W 0E1, Canada

506-726–2600

www.villagehistoriqueacadien.com

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: C$22, Closed early Oct.–early June

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