We stopped here on our way back from St Andrews. Wasn't sure what to expect. We paid out due $6 each I believe. And we were given option to have a private guide or walk around alone. We took the guided tour ,no extra charge awesome. We loved it. Not a huge place but tons of information and the guide... 更多
Dropped by when driving around in the St. Andrew New Brunswick area. Good for a short visit and walk around. Interpretation displays were interesting.
We had an enjoyable tour by a member of the staff who was very knowledgeable about the salmon. A disappointment is the fact that the salmon in the holding tank are farm raised and not from the wild. They also have nature trails for those who like to hike. Inside the center is a tremendous amount of printed material and... 更多
We brought our family (adult children) who enjoyed the centre but I'm not sure young children would enjoy this centre. We were disappointed that we did not get a tour by a guide. Interesting history about wild salmon and their future conservation efforts.
It is a small place, but we enjoyed the personal tour given by the staff and she was knowledgeable and informative Indeed wild salmon looks totally different from the farmed ones. There are hiking trails to venture into the woods too Recommended for those liking nature and marine life
This may be named a Wild Salmon Nature Centre, but there are no wild salmon there. It may have posters about wild salmon, but the live salmon are there held in a holding tank in a river that has definitely seen better days. If there are any fish in the river, I would be very surprised.
This addition to the ASF main office is a great opportunity to learn more about the elusive Atlantic Salmon, it's history in Atlantic Canada and the world. My father had been a guide to anglers for over 50 years, and to Lee & Joan Wuff, and I stopped fishing for this fish in 1998 as a conservation effort, due to... 更多
OK, so this isn't the New England or Ripley's aquarium. What it is is a beautiful, rustic exhibition on salmon set in the tranquil Chamcook forest. The buildings themselves are stunning: log cabins with exhibits on all things salmon. There's a live salmon pool including an underwater viewing room, as well as a saltwater touch tank (it's a bit small,... 更多
Well done displays and descriptions of the life cycle of Atlantic Salmon. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable. It is very convenient to find in the area.
The Nature Centre itself was beautiful. Log buildings nestled in a forested area with a stream running through it. The salmon are in a huge tank that has the natural stream running through as the water source. The information available on tablets through the centre is excellent and there are interpreters there to answer more questions. The fish in the... 更多