Founded in 1783 and incorporated in 1966, the Village of Gagetown, New Brunswick, Canada, is steeped in history. A vibrant farming and forestry community in the 19th and 20th centuries, today Gagetown is a welcome respite for artists, artisans, bird watchers, boaters, and foodies!
Tour the many studios featuring pottery, weaving and art and enjoy watching the artists work. Step back in time as you experience the historic sites of Queens County Heritage, the 1786 Tilley House, birthplace of Father of Confederation Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, the 1836 Queens County Court House, and the Loomcrofters Studio, believed to be the oldest building still standing in New Brunswick.
The charm of the Bed and Breakfast is never better experienced than in the Village of Gagetown. The Village offers attractive turn-of-the century architecture and décor to complement the down-home friendliness of the residents.
The Village features a full service marina in the core of the Village for the serious boaters. The Queens County Fair, held in mid September, continues to be one of the oldest and largest country fairs.
Come for a stay and "Wake Up in the Village!" Dine at a variety of places, The Creek View Restaruant, or the Old Boot Pub (be there for Thursday Trivia night!). Gulliver's World Cafe is drawing food enthusiasts from far and wide. News of "New Brunswick's most expensive French fries" has captivated listeners of radio as far away as Arizona, deep into the southern states and all across Canada. Serious and fun food seekers come to the village to dine and stay at one of the three bed and breakfasts: Lang House Bed & Breakfast, The Mission House Bed & Breakfast, Rock Haven Waterfront, Steamers' Bed & Breakfast.
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