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Whether traveling here by land, sea or air, an incredible time awaits to be had in the Bay of Fundy region! Click on the buttons below to get additional information for your preferred mode of transportation.

You can also reach the Bay of Fundy by train. VIA Rail is the operator that services the Maritimes, and you can reach the Bay of Fundy from almost any North American railway station via the connecting station in Montreal. If you are coming from the US, the Railway Amtrak connects in Montreal.

Alternatively you can also reach the Bay of Fundy by bus. For visitors from the US, Greyhound has a direct connection to New Brunswick from the US.

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    Jim Fogarty

    I acquired a taste for dried whole leaf dulse as a child.
    Can you direct me to someone that will ship to Arizona, USA?
    I am looking for three or four pounds.
    Thank you
    Jim 520-234-7950


    Hi. My father took the family out east several times and now it is my turn.
    I clearly remember an area wherer the tide went out and left the boats sitting on the bottom.
    Ialso remeber going and getting scallops or something and cooking them.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    Thanks Jack

    Yen tran

    Hi, I am from Toronto,. I am going to New Brunswick tomorrow, and I want to visit Bay ofFundy. I don’t have it’s address to get there easily


      131 Discovery Rd, Hopewell Cape, NB E4H 4Z5


    why are there no directions to the bay of fundy on this website? great, appreciate the distance in both km and miles, but where do i turn, which routes do i take? ridiculous that it is not available.

      Bay of Fundy

      Hi Wesley, thanks for your feedback. I agree that the “Directions” section of this website is currently nowhere near being complete. We’re certainly aiming to expand this section in the future. It’s hard to give a set of good directions to the Bay of Fundy though, as it’s such a large area. The best directions would depend on exactly where around the Bay of Fundy you’d like to go, what you’d like to see, and where you are coming from.

      In the mean time, you can click on the red marker on the Google map above and then click on Directions in the popup. You’ll be taking to Google maps, where you’ll then have to drag the Bay of Fundy marker to a land location around the bay. This will allow you to create some really good directions to wherever you’d like to go around the Bay of Fundy. Please let me know if I can help you further.


    thank you for this.. by the way, your website layout is great.

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