Whenever I visit Fort Beausejour, I look out at the Bay of Fundy and the opening where ships entered after crossing the Atlantic in the 1700s and I try to imagine how the soldiers stationed at the fort must have felt at seeing the first ship after a long, isolated winter.
Off to the left one can see the trenches that were built by attacking forces from Fort Lawrence so they could get closer to Fort Beausejour without being picked off by snipers.
Artifacts from the museum are interesting and well displayed, and staff are excellent.
Well worth the visit. Also visit the website where you will find pictures and the history of the fort.
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