Fountains  & Monuments
FKPC 504-03 "The Robert Burns Memorial Statue is believed to be the first statue erected in New Brunswick. Cast by renowned sculptor W. Grant Stevenson in 1906, the bronze statue stands 10’ 6” upon a granite pedestal in the Beaverbrook Art Gallery sculpture garden on The Green.  It was erected as
600.00Sports - Recreation - Events
FKPC 615-01 Cultural Expressions Festival
FKPC 602.09 Cruising into Regent Street Marina
FKPC 608.01 A semi-private club, Fredericton Golf Club is conveniently located in the heart of Fredericton, offering stunning views of the city and the Saint John River Valley. Established in 1916, this challenging 18-hole layout offers a full range of services and amenities including a modern clubh
601.02 - Kayaking on the St. John River
602.08 - Rowing on the St. John River
602.03 - Regent Street Wharf Marina
602.04 - Rowing on the St. John River
602.05 - Regent Street Wharf Marina
602.06 - Regent Street Wharf Marina
FKPC 604-04
Along the beautiful St. John River in downtown Fredericton, you can enjoy a scenic cruise aboard the 47 passenger Wolastoq Boat Tours. Here the boat passes through the piers of the old Carleton Street Bridge.
604.02 - Evening Cruise on the St. John River nearing the piers of the old Carleton Street bridge
611.01 - Fredericton Society of St. Aandrew Pipe Band
611.02 - Fredericton Society of St. Aandrew Pipe Band during the Highland Games
611.03 - Fredericton Society of St. Aandrew Pipe Band behind Government House
612-01 - Atlantic Canada’s largest Highland Games Festival features Piping and Drumming, Massed Bands, Highland Dances, Celtic Music, Scottish Athletics as well as all aspects of Scottish history.  During the last weekend of July every year, the Festival is held on the grounds of the historic Govern
613-01 - St. Mary’s (Sitansik) First Nation Powwow celebrates a weekend of drumming, dancing and traditional food and crafts. This celebration of spirituality and a connection with the past, present and future occurs annually mid-June on the traditional grounds of the St. Mary’s First Nation Old Res