The New Brunswick Military History Museum offers an enriching educational experience. Our knowledgeable staff will answer questions and offer amazing facts about the exhibits you will see, including medals, uniforms and letters. The Museum welcomes school field trips as well as group visits and promises an enjoyable and educational experience.
*Please book your visit at least 2 days in advance: Call (506) 422-1304 or email us at email@example.com.
Blast from the Past
The New Brunswick Military History Museum will be offering youth-orientated weekly programs, named Blast from the Past, on various historic themes each week such as: The French & Indian War, War of 1812, NB’ers in the US Civil War and the Fenian Raids, the First World War, the Second World War, the Cold War, UN operations, and NATO operations.
The programs will take place every Friday afternoon starting at 1:30 p.m., from July 15 to September 2nd, and will entail a variety of activities:
– First person scenarios;
– Brief video presentations;
– Hands-on activities (i.e.: mock battles and competitions); and
– A debrief with questions and answers.
Each program will last approximately 2 to 3 hours and is geared for children aged 5 to 12 years.
The cost is $2 per person. Group bookings are welcome.
You can register by calling the museum at 422-2000, extension 1304. Or you can e-mail the museum to register your child at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Group of 10-30 students/adults $50
- Group of 30 or more students/adults $75
- Veterans/Current service members – free
Please note: Veterans or current service members not in uniform will be asked to show I.D. Thanks.
School groups are welcome at NBMHM. During an interactive tour, students are guided through the museum’s permanent collection. A visit to the Museum is a great way to engage students of all ages. As part of the tour, students will view artifacts and works of art while we explore various topics. You may decide which topics you would like us to emphasize as part of your education program.
OHS – WWI Program
Leo Hayes High School – WWI Workshop
Fredericton Regional Museum’s Summer Camp – US Civil War and the NB Connection
Fredericton Regional Museum’s Summer Camp – The French & Indian War and the American Revolutionary War and their effect on the Acadians.
Links of Interest
Canadian War Museum
Parks Canada (Fort Beausejour, St. Andrews Block House)
New Brunswick Museum
Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum
The Memory Project
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Digital Archives
For King and Empire, Canada’s Soldiers in the Great War
National Film Board
The Regimental Rogue, the RCR in the Great War
The War Amps
Canadian Military History Gateway
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada Regimental Museum