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 and for guided tours.
From June 21 to late August, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily.
From late August to late June, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday to Friday.