While in Sackville you can stroll along the boardwalk in Sackville's Waterfowl Park, explore the marshes and their treasure of wildlife and fauna, or walk the campus of Mount Allison University, ranked for five consecutive years as Canada's number one undergraduate university, or pay a visit to the Sackville Harness Shop where reins, saddles and other decorative horse leathers are made the old-fashioned way — by hand.

Sackville Waterfowl Park
2.5 kms of boardwalks and footpaths over the marshes. See ducks, muskrats, song birds and turtles. Just a 5 minute walk from the Inn.

Sackville Harness Shop
One of Canada's few remaining producers of hand made decorative horse leathers. Just a 4-minute walk from the inn. It is featured on the Town of Sackville's tourism page.

Mount Allison University
Five times ranked Canada's best all around liberal arts undergraduate university. Just a 3-minute walk from the Inn.

Confederation Bridge
Visit or traverse the second man-made structure capable of being seen with the naked eye from the moon! (The first, of course, was the Great Wall of China.)

Owens Art Gallery
Oldest and largest University-owned art gallery in Canada... over 2,500 pieces featuring 19th and 20th century works primarily from North America and Europe. Collection includes Colville, Hart, and Harris. Just a 3 minute walk from the Inn.

Fresh Air Adventure
Try your hand at Sea Kayaking in the Bay of Fundy: "paddle where the Sun meets the Bay." Operating from Alma, New Brunswick, you can call toll free 1-800-545-0020 to book your experience.

Golf New Brunswick

This website offers information on most of the golf courses in New Brunswick including on of the oldest in New Brunswick located right here in Sackville, NB.

Live Bait Theatre
Summer stock theatre operating for over 10 years. Shows later in the summer.

Outlaws Retreat Trail Rides
Horseback riding is available in the nearby Village of Dorchester. Call "cow-girl" Kate to book your outlaw adventure at 506-379-1014.

The Dykes, the Barns and a Covered Bridge
Miles of man-made barriers holding back the sea and tides creating a large open plain for the cultivation of hay and other crops which, after harvest, are stored in barns dotting the landscape and accessible by covered bridges... minutes away but hours of activity.

Fort Beauséjour
A famous national historic site, built by the French in the early 1750s, just before the expulsion of the Acadians. It was renamed Fort Cumberland and held by the British until 1812. Now the site of a museum and local artifacts. Enjoy a fabulous view of the Bay of Fundy. Only 10 minutes from the Inn.

For more tourism information please visit tantramartourism.com.

Other Historic Inns

We invite you to visit other historic inns in the region.

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