We had a great outing to Minister’s Island! Spent the afternoon looking through the old buildings - barn is a must see, as is the Van Horne Estate home and grounds. We enjoyed an outdoor concert by Garrett Mason at sundown, before driving back across...More
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While guests at the Algonquin Resort we decided to visit this nearby island which is only accessible at low tide by automobile or by foot. At high tide the sand bar giving access is completely covered by water. The tides at the Bay of Fundy...More
Anything that starts off with driving on the ocean floor and it doesn’t involve water is amazing. To see how people lived years ago is amazing, great volunteers and knowledgeable. Great day to stroll and take in amazing views.
You drive on the ocean floor! Half the time it is 16’ under water! Make certain you know the tide schedule and drive on the larger rocks not the wet rocks/sand. We almost got stuck and a large tour bus was stuck and needed a...More
Enjoyed crossing the sandbar and the barn, bath house, and cottage are well worth visiting. Tons of hiking too!
The foundation has done an amazing restoration in a short time. Look forward to the next steps! The artifacts are a testament to the detail that has been the guideline for this summer home restoration. A must see!
Never heard of driving across the ocean floor. This is so cool! We booked a tour through the cruise line and Marilyn with Aquila Tours did a great job. On the bus ride to and from St. John she gave us lots of Canadian history...More
We had to time our visit to fit in with the tide as the acces road is a causeway, under several metres of water at high tide. The is a charge to enter the island but then all buildings are accessible and there is a...More
After reading about this place I was not all that excited to visit. But as soon as we hit the island, that changed very quickly. The island is so beautiful and well kept. I loved seeing that they are using the money made to restore...More
Where else can you drive on the sea floor? We found the times to do this attraction from our host at Picket Fences. There are only certain hours you can use the road bed. Once across there is a charge to tour the barn and...More