Kings Landing Historical Settlement

5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB E6K 0A5- Map It
(506) 363-4999
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AAA Editor Notes

Kings Landing Historical Settlement is off Hwy. 2 exit 253. This 121-hectare (300-acre) site is a meticulous restoration of a typical 19th-century New Brunswick village, including farms, houses, a forge, a restaurant, a printing office, a school, a store and a theater. Many of these historic and architecturally significant Loyalist-era buildings were dismantled and relocated when a dam project along the river's flood plain threatened to eradicate them. Special events include historical re-enactments, fall festivals and a Christmas candlelight dinner. Visitors can participate in a variety of workshops as well as farm chores, 19th-century food preparation techniques, wool spinning and other traditional forms of handiwork, instructed by villagers in period garb. There are also pony rides and other activities for kids. Free wagon rides are offered daily. Time: Allow 3 hours minimum.
$17.99; $15.71 (ages 65+ and students ages 16+ with ID); $12.41 (ages 6-15); $42.05 (family, two adults and children ages 6-15). Prices are subject to change; phone ahead to confirm.
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Hours: Daily 10-5, mid-June through Thanksgiving weekend. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.