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This is an original house that survived the great fire which destroyed most of St John. Unfortunately they built a very tall, modern office block next to it, so it is hard to get a decent photo. We didn’t go inside, but it is now...More
This was a great spot to stop and learn more about the city, the furniture and families in the Loyalist House. The tour was really enjoyable, she always made sure we had time to look and take everything in. We found the paintings that follow...More
This home survived the fire of the 1800’s and it’s the oldest building in Saint John. I took lots of outside photos and saw a gentleman re-painting the sign outside in gold but had no idea if could be toured. I say do it if...More
We didn't take an excursion from our cruise ship, and opted to wander around and find things on our own. Our daughter spotted this one and said we should go in.
For a nominal fee, we got a guided tour of a very historical place....More
From the cruise ship terminal you can easily reach out to this House which is located downtown in Union Street, It is very near to Saint John City Market and other attractions/interesting places. If history is of any interest to you don't leave out this...More
Saint John is not exactly the "lots of things to do" capital of Canada. We had already been on the bus tour of the reversing rapids and after that we had blown through the market place. We were enjoying a coffee in Canada's version of...More
Loyalist House is perhaps the finest example of architecture and furniture from the late 1700s in Canada. I've visited there 4 times over the past 10 years and each time I find it excellent. Rare period furniture from the American Revolution that was owned by...More
My daughter and I went here on Canada Day when it was free admission. My daughter had not been there before and it has been many years for me. It is quite an experience. Lots of stories to be told by the guides of the...More