Explore the historic fort where once the future of Acadie and North America hung in the balance. Located on the border between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, Fort Beauséjour — Fort Cumberland Historic Site stands at the crossroads of Canadian natural and cultural history. The fort depicts the 18th century conflicts between France and Britain, and the later struggle between two great empires — America and Britain — for North American supremacy.

Getting here

111 Fort Beauséjour Road
Aulac NB E4L 2W5

Hours of operation

June 24 to September 4
Every day, from 9 am to 5 pm

Fees

Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Contact us

Telephone: 506-364-5080
Fax: 506-536-4399
Email: fort.beausejour@pc.gc.ca

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