New Brunswick Legislative Building


The New Brunswick Legislative Building opened in 1882 in a Second Empire-architecture style. The original structure was destroyed by the Great Fire of 1877. The building is home to several legislative departments, including the Office of the Speaker, the Office of the Clerk, and the Legislative Assembly Office. Groups can book tours of the building in advance (it is field trip-friendly).


706 Queen St.
New Brunswick, Canada E3B 5H1


45.95933800, -66.63628700
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