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Kings Landing
Kings Landing

Kings Landing

Free admission
5804 NB-102, Prince William, New Brunswick, E6K 0A5

The Basics

Get straight into the action at Kings Landing by hitching a ride in a horse-drawn wagon, visiting families in their homes, or heading to the King’s Head Inn to enjoy a traditional meal and drinks. You can explore the 300-acre (121-hectare) museum on your own—engaging with the villagers along the way—or join a tour that focuses on specific aspects of the historic village and the exhibits.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Kings Landing is a must-visit spot for history buffs and families.

  • The complex includes a restaurant, a cafe, and a souvenir store.

  • Most of Kings Landing is wheelchair accessible and wheelchairs and electric scooters are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.

  • Free horse and carriage rides enable you to reduce the amount of time spent walking and also see as much as possible.

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How to Get There

Located in New Brunswick, Kings Landing is a 20-minute drive from Fredericton and is easy to reach by car. From downtown Fredericton, follow the Trans-Canada Highway to exit 253, then take Prince William Road to the museum entrance. Alternatively, take Route 102 north and turn right on Prince William Road.

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When to Get There

Kings Landing is open from early June until the end of November, and activities and workshops are held daily. To join in a specific event or activity, check the museum’s online schedule before visiting.

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Holidays at Kings Landing

Kings Landing hosts a Thanksgiving dinner programs that offers farm-fresh, traditional meals served by the period-clad staff. Make reservations for the traditional Victorian Thanksgiving Dinner or the Harvest Home Long-Table Feast well in advance. If you’re in the area at Christmas, don’t miss the chance to take part in the King’s Head Inn’s holiday feast followed by traditional spirits and desserts.

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