St Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada
St. Andrews is a seaside resort town in the Canadian province of New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy. is located in the extreme southwest corner of New Brunswick. Settled originally by Loyalists in 1783, the town boast many original houses dating from that time. Some houses were floated across from the New England States by barge.
Important attractions include the Fairmont Algonquin Hotel, Kingsbrae Horticultural Garden, The Ross Memorial Museum, the St. Andrews Biological Station, the Huntsman Marine Aquarium, The Sheriff Andrews' House, Minister's Island (the summer home of Cornelius Van Horne), whale watching, fine art and craft galleries, many shops, restaurants and small inns and the charming seaside setting.
Things to see and do
* Huntsman Marine Aquarium
* Minister’s Island
* Charlotte County Courthouse and Gaol
* Ross Memorial Museum
* Atlantic Salmon Interpretive Centre
Cruise Season – May - Nov
Currency – Canadian Dollar (CAD)
Language – English, French
Population – 1,890 approx
Land Area – 8.35 km²
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins US style or with a round pin below
Time – GMT minus five hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 1
Port Location – The port at St. Andrews lies at the center of the downtown area.
Transport Links – St. Andrews is located off of Highway 1, about 30 minutes east of the US Border at St. Stephen, NB/Calais, ME and 65 minutes west of Saint John.