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Woodstock Travel Guide

New Brunswick's First Town, Woodstock, was incorporated in 1856. It was the first town in the province to gain that municipal status. Visitors enjoy the city's Victorian heritage in many fine 19th Century churches, homes and civic buildings.

The Meduxnekeag River joins the St. John in downtown Woodstock, giving visitors and residents easy access to the ecologically rich Meduxnekeag Valley and the 80km long recreational waterway of the St. John. Other local attractions include the Connell House Museum, the L.P. Fisher Public Library, the Old Country Courthouse and the Woodstock Walking Tour.

Located in the heart of the St. John River Valley, Woodstock is at two key junctions - Highway 95 and the Trans-Canada Highway.

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Connell House, Woodstock
Connell House

This house built in 1839 for the Honourable Charles Connell (1810-1873), represents the peak of classicism in Woodstock architecture. The design...

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