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

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

Lecture by Dr. Malcolm Thurlby

The SSAC has unveiled details about the lecture on Bishop John Medley (1804-92), Frank Wills (1822-57), and the designs of Christ Church Cathedral and St Anne’s Chapel, Fredericton, presented by Dr. Malcolm Thurlby and co-sponsored by Fredericton Heritage Trust, Friday May 30th, 7:30pm at Christ Church Cathedral.

View the complete poster here.

Two Hundred Years of History: 1814‐2014

An illustrated free public talk by the History Committee of Brunswick Street Baptist Church, April 12, 2:30 pm.

See the full poster here.

March FHT Public Talk

Beneath the Blacktop: “Sub”‐urban Archaeology in the Southwestern End of Fredericton, NB by Brent Suttie.

March 29 at 2:30 pm at the Public Archives of New Brunswick on the UNB Campus.