200.00Galleries, Museums & Churches
FKPC 206.03 Gallery 78FKPC 205.08 Beaverbrook Art GalleryFKPC 202.20FKPC 202.19 Christ Church Cathedral202.10 - Christ Church Cathedral 
202.12 - Christ Church Cathedral (This photo is also featured on a jigsaw puzzle)202.13 -- Christ Church Cathedral across from The Green202-18 - Christ Church Cathedral is a vibrant Christian community worshipping in the Anglican tradition in picturesque downtown Fredericton.  The Cathedral, completed in 1853, is universally regarded as the most important Gothic Revival building in North America. 
202-17 - Christ Church Cathedral is a vibrant Christian community worshipping in the Anglican tradition in picturesque downtown Fredericton.  The Cathedral, completed in 1853, is universally regarded as the most important Gothic Revival building in North America. 
202-16 - Christ Church Cathedral is a vibrant Christian community worshipping in the Anglican tradition in picturesque downtown Fredericton.  The Cathedral, completed in 1853, is universally regarded as the most important Gothic Revival building in North America. 
203-06 - Churches in downtown Fredericton: Christ Church (Parish) Church, Christ Church Cathedral, St. Paul's United Church, Brunswick Street Baptist Church, Charlotte Street Baptist Church, Wilmot United Church and St. Dunstan's Catholic Church.  
205.07 - Beaverbrook Art Gallery207.02 - School Days Museum208.05 - Fredericton Region Museum (formerly the York-Sunbury Museum)208.08 - "The Fredericton Region Museum, founded in 1934 by the York Sunbury Historical Society, has been located in the Officers’ Quarters in Fredericton’s Historic Garrison District since 1959.  The Museum has over 4,000 square feet of exhibit space and a collection of over 30,000 artifacts ..."208.09 - "The Fredericton Region Museum, founded in 1934 by the York Sunbury Historical Society, has been located in the Officers’ Quarters in Fredericton’s Historic Garrison District since 1959.  The Museum has over 4,000 square feet of exhibit space and a collection of over 30,000 artifacts ..."209.01 - New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame209.02 - New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame209.03 - The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame  (John Thurston Clark Memorial Building) is located in the Old Post Office and Customs House built in 1882.  To the east of it is the Old Post Office built in 1913.
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