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Points of Interest in Woodstock
Woodstock, as the oldest incorporated town in New Brunswick, has many historical buildings. As well, due to its location along the scenic St. John River, there are many beautiful locations for outdoor activities.
- Old Carleton County Court House, 19 Court Street, Upper Woodstock, ☎ +1-506 328-9706. 10am-6pm daily July-August or by appointment. Built in 1833, the Old Court House was used as a horse barn from the 1883 construction of a new court house until 1966. Purchased and restored by the Carleton County Historical Society , it was designated as a protected heritage site in 1977. Ask to see the Judge's Chamber. The Victorian Christmas Concert is held here on the last weekend in November.
- L. P. Fisher Library, 679 Main Street, ☎ +1-506 325-4777. Public library on Main Street in the heart of town, designed and constructed early in the 20th century from part of the fortune which Woodstock’s first mayor L.P. Fisher left for the civic betterment of the town. A heritage building and a busy working library, it also houses three specialized collections: the Dr. G.F. Clark collection of Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) artefacts; the local historical and genealogical reference books and manuscripts of the W.O. Raymond Room; and the Dalton Camp Canadiana collection. The latter are both named for and in part provided by writers whose roots were in Woodstock.
- Charles Connell House, 128 Connell Street, ☎ +1-506 328-9706. 10am-6pm July-August or by appointment. The Honourable Charles Connell House, built in 1840, was once the home of politician Charles Connell. Now a museum which contains authentic artefacts from that era, it houses the Carleton County Historical Society's archives.
- Meduxnekeag Valley Nature Preserve. The Meduxnekeag River Valley is the New Brunswick heart of a rich and unique type of hardwood forest. Containing many provincially rare and uncommon plant species, the surviving scattered patches of this "Appalachian" or "St. John River" hardwood forest occupy only about 1 percent of their original extent. The Meduxnekeag River Association has purchased and protected the Preserve, creating a well-marked 10 km network open year round to the public.
Historically, Woodstock is a very uni-cultural, Christian town. While Woodstockers are for the most part a friendly and polite people, visible minorities who travel through Woodstock can expect the occasional stare.
Speak like you're from the Valley: Learn about the local dialect at the Dooryard .
Woodstock has a few watering holes, with the usual selection of Canadian beers.
- Dooly's: 108 Carleton Street, +1-506 328-2208
- JR's Nightclub: 524 Main Street, +1-506 328-9326
- Riverside Pub: 558 Main Street, +1-506 325-2337 seats over 200 in a location overlooking 2 rivers and downtown. Pub-style food served until 11 pm daily, open 7 days a week, bar open until 2 am daily. Over 100 kinds of liquor, 11 draughts and over 20 domestic and imported beers.
- NB Liquor Store, 104 Gallop Street Ext, ☎ +1-506 328-4190. Usual selection of liqueurs and spirits, great selection of local micro-brewed beers and regional wines. Ask the friendly staff for suggestions.
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