New Brunswick - an outdoor adventure!
From the extraordinary heights of the Bay of Fundy tides to the white sand dunes of Bouctouche, New Brunswick is all about natural wonder, scenery, and outdoor activities. Hike some of the world's oldest mountains, take a walk on the bottom of the sea (when the tide is out!), or paddle through history on New Brunswick's rivers.
New Brunswick is also known for its vibrant Acadian culture. Foot stomping kitchen parties, street festivals, and hearty cuisine contribute to a lively Maritime mix.
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Heritage Wrought Iron is a little bit off the beaten path but still very easily accessible. Only 39 minutes from Moncton, and 26 minutes from Shediac, follow Route 15 East towards Shediac. Just before arriving in Shediac, turn onto Route 11 North towards Miramichi. Take Exit 7 onto Viaduc Way and follow the signs for the Shediac River Road. Viaduc Way will actually become the Shediac River Road - continue on that for a few kilometers and then turn right onto MacDougall Road. Heritage Wrought Iron will be on your left at 723 MacDougall Road.
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New Brunswick Artisans:
Acadian blacksmith Paul Fontaine invites you to spend some time in his blacksmith's shop where you will be entranced by the clang of metal on metal and the smell of the forge. Paul is a blacksmith, artist and metal worker who makes everything from railings to fireside tools to restoration work, combining the traditional techniques of blacksmithing with the use of modern equipment to produce ornamental ironwork for interior and exterior use. If you are looking for a portable souvenir, Heritage Wrought Iron sells jewellery, hooks, door handles, wine racks, candle holders, and so much more!
Heritage Wrought Iron, MacDougall Settlement, NB