Talks and Tours

Check out some tours happening in the Fundy Trail Parkway!

Or check out our events calendar here.


Papga’sit: Down the Coast Guided Tour with First Nations Storytellers

Discover the local history of the Wolastoqi and Mi’kmaq peoples from a unique indigenous point of view while meandering along the tides of the Bay of Fundy.  Get back to the Earth and its many gifts while enjoying the spectacular views of the Fundy Trail Parkway. Click here to book your experience with First Nations Storytellers!

Off to the Woods!

Join seasoned performers, Don Rigley and Michelle Daigle, of Frantically Atlantic, for an interactive experience that introduces you to the daily life of a lumberman at Big Salmon River. Click here to book your tickets.

The Art of Water Guided Hike

Hike the littorals of the Bay of Fundy and Experience one of the many hidden best kept secrets of the Fundy
Trail Parkway. The theme is about immersing you in an environment dominated by fluvial geomorphic
processes which have carved out remarkable waterfalls, beaches, cliffs and exposing layers of red sandstone of the triassic era to the black rhyolitic and basaltic volcanic rocks of the late ediacaran Silver Hill formation. Explore this area of constantly changing earth dynamics and view the Fundy Trail Parkway landscape like never seen before. Click here for more information and to book The Art of Water tour.

Molasses and Tea

Sip on King Cole tea and taste a famous Fundy Trail molasses cookie. Relax as your guide takes you back in time and shares the unique connection between tea, Crosby’s molasses and the shipbuilding industry.  Click here to book your tickets.

Guided Hike and Picnic

Enjoy a half-day guided hike from along the world-famous Bay of Fundy. You will learn about the rocks, trees and flora and fauna of the area and also will discover the history and culture of the Bay of Fundy. You will be provided with a picnic to enjoy and be contacted for sandwich and beverage choices after you book.

A Taste of History: Dessert Theatre

You will have the chance to learn what life was like during the 1800’s when this special place was a flourishing lumbering community that supported the building of over 500 sailing ships in nearby St. Martins. Relax and enjoy a slice of homemade pie while you will get to know the area of Big Salmon River that once existed here through the stories of a lumber jack, a shipbuilder’s daughter, sailors and other personalities from the past who once made this breathtaking land their home.

More information is available in each event listing on the events calendar.