Saint Andrews

Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada

 

Saint Andrews is a New Brunswick town with a charming sea-side setting and because od that is often called “St. Andrews By-the-Sea”. In the 2011 census it had a population of 1,889.

 

Attractions & Things To Do:

  • Birthplace of Thomas Storrow Brown
  • Birthplace of Victorian artist Edward Mitchell Bannister
  • The Algonquin Hotel
  • Kingsbrae Horticultural Garden
  • The Ross Memorial Museum
  • St. Andrews Biological Station
  • Huntsman Marine Aquarium
  • The Sheriff Andrews’ House
  • Whale Watching
  • Minister’s Island (the summer home of Cornelius Van Horne),
  • fine art and craft galleries
  • many shops, restaurants and small inns

 

Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada

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