St. Andrews Travel Guide
Welcome to St. Andrews!
St. Andrews is one of Canada—s oldest seaside resort towns, and is a designated Canadian National Historic District. Situated in the southwest section of New Brunswick, its position in the scenic Passamaquoddy Bay offers stunning ocean views and an array of oceanic activities such as charter fishing, whale watching and kayak tours. Discover the town—s abundant history with tours to the Dock House Museum and The Blockhouse, the last of 12 coastal structures erected during the War of 1812. Other attractions include Kingsbrae Garden, voted one of Canada—s top 10 public gardens, and the Atlantic Salmon Interpretive Centre, which offers educational information on the history of one of Atlantic Canada—s greatest resources. St. Andrews is home to the largest full service resort in eastern Canada, the Fairmont Algonquin, complete with world-class golf course, designed by the renowned Thomas McBroom.
Situated in an 1824 historic brick mansion, the Ross Memorial Museum features the art collection and furniture of Henry Phipps and Sarah Juliette Ross.
Hotels & Motels
The Algonquin Resort is an iconic seaside resort that embodies contemporary classic elegance and offers something for everyone throughout the year.
Tall Ship Whale Adventures offers whale watching and motor-sailing tours aboard the 72 ft (22 m) Jolly Breeze of St.