All events are open to the public and have no admission fee unless noted otherwise. Adjacent free parking is typically available, unless noted otherwise.

Architectural Scavenger Hunt!

Fredericton Heritage Trust encourages you to explore our built heritage in a different way through our FROSTival event Architectural Scavenger Hunt! This event will be FREE and open for the entire three weeks of FROSTival (January 21 - February 14)

Stroll through downtown Fredericton and look up, down and all around at the architectural details that so richly contribute to the defining character of our city. Fredericton's early architects, designers and developers had a keen eye for subtle nuances that make so many of our buildings unique, valuable and worth preserving.

Have fun identifying each building then turn your entry form in to the Fredericton Heritage Trust via email or PO Box 546 Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5A6.

All completed entries will be eligible for a drawing for several different prizes. Turn in your entry by February 14, 2016.

Winners will be notified by Rachael or Jason, from Fredericton Heritage Trust.

Event Entry Forms / les formulaires d'inscription

Fillable forms  Optimized for print

Adult (18+) / adulte (18+)
Child (under 18) / enfant (moins de 18 ans)

  Adult (18+) / adulte (18+)
  Child (under 18) / enfant (moins de 18 ans)

Event Poster
Poster Page 1 / Poster Page 2

Up-coming free illustrated public talk on Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Watch this page for the up-coming free illustrated public talk on Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Lower St. Mary's, as FHT's annual presentation on a Fredericton-area heritage church. Speakers will include architect and historian, John Leroux.


Catholicism/Fredericton North:1692-2015

The Fredericton Heritage Trust presents a free public talk on Catholicism/Fredericton North: 1692-2015 by local historian, curator and editor Robert ("Bob") McNeil.

Sunday, April 19 at 2pm.  St. Anthony's Church, 125 Clark St./Union St., Devon.


Scavenger Hunt

The Fredericton Heritage Trust is celebrating FROSTival and Heritage Week with a heritage architecture scavenger hunt (3 age groups). Our Hunt includes a dozen unique architectural features for adults, nine for youth and six for youngsters, found downtown. The Hunt will run from January 23 - February 15

Winners will be chosen the following day (February 16) from three different age groups. Entries with the most correct answers will be entered into the draw for prizes.  

        Adult                                                       Youth                                                     Child
1st  King's Landing Family Pass +               $50 Downtown Dollars                        King's Landing Family Pass
        $25 Downtown Dollars
2nd  Picaroons Bag +                                    $25 Westminster Gift Cert.                 $25 Westminster Gift Certificate
         $25 Downtown Dollars
3rd  FHT Gift Bag +                                        $25 Downtown Dollars                        $25 Downtown Dollars
        $25 Downtown Dollars

All prize winners also receive an FHT Annual Membership.

Event Entry Forms / les formulaires d'inscription

Adult (18+) / adulte (18+)
Youth (13-18) / jeunesse (13-18)
Child (under 13) / enfant (moins de 13 ans)

Event Partners

Archaeological ProspectorsFrostivalWestminster Books

Kings Landing Historical Settlement

Picaroons Traditional Ales

Fredericton's Centennial Building: a Precious yet Misunderstood Monument

A free illustrated public talk by Architect and Art Historian John LeRoux on Fredericton's Centennial Building: a Precious yet Misunderstood Monument, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, 23 Dineen Drive, UNB Campus, Free Parking, Light Refreshments.

Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 2:30pm