FREDERICTON, NB – The Fredericton Region Museum will commence summer hours on July 1: Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm, Thursdays open evenings until 7pm, and Sundays 12 noon to 5pm.

With the official re-opening of Officers’ Square, we are very pleased to announce a full-lineup of events and activities taking place in the Fredericton Region Museum this summer. From weekly musical entertainment on the balcony, to curated tours, and froggy fun for all ages, the Fredericton Region Museum offers something of interest for everyone. Full details on dates and times can be found here.

On Canada Day There will be lots of fun activities for all ages. Try out your detective skills and search for the hidden Canadian provinces throughout the museum, or maybe test your knowledge with Canada Day trivia! Is art more your style? If so, there will be Canada Day themed arts and crafts for all to enjoy. Make sure to stop by our photobooth and put your Canadian pride on dis-play. With all of these family fun activities, and many more, it is a day you do not want to miss. The Fredericton Region Museum is looking forward to celebrating the summer with you!

For more information, please contact:
Alena Krasnikova, Executive Director
Fredericton Region Museum
Email: or phone 506-455-6041

The Fredericton Region Museum acknowledges the unceded and unconquered territory of Wəlastəkokewiyik / Wolastoqiyik. The Fredericton Museum, located in Ekwpahak | Fredericton, sits on lands designated by the Peace and Friendship Treaties of 1725-1779. These treaties did not deal in the transfer of land, rather they laid a foundation for what was to be an ongoing nation-to-nation relationship between the British Crown and Indigenous Peoples.