Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick

Visitor Information

The Legislative Assembly Building in Fredericton has been the seat and symbol of democracy in New Brunswick since 1882, when it replaced a building that had been destroyed by fire two years earlier.

The Legislative Assembly Building is a three-story sandstone building with mansard roof and corner towers built in the Second Empire Style. Its central octagon domed tower, which rises 41 metres above the main roof level, is a Fredericton landmark.

The Legislative Assembly Building is located across the street from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery at 706 Queen Street.

The Legislative Assembly is open to visitors the following hours:
  • Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.