Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site

In the heart of Mi'kma'ki, in the Chignecto isthmus, this star-shaped fort became the scene of three acts of war between France and Great Britain, the deportation of the Acadians and the tearing apart of British North America.

Une guide de Parcs Canada offre une visite guidée à un couple à l'intérieur d'une casemate.

Tours and programs

Guided tours, self-guided experiences, Parks Canada Xplorers.

Deux garçons assis sur des chaises rouges au Fort Beauséjour, avec un regard émerveillé.

Red chairs

Connect with nature and make memories in Canada’s most unique and treasured places.

Visiting Fort Beauséjour — Fort Cumberland National Historic Site

Activities and experiences

Things to do, guided tours, picnicking, photography.

Plan your visit

Maps and directions, fees, hours of operation, facilities and services.

Fees

Daily visitor fees, program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.

Tours and programs

Interpretation programs, guided activities, special events.

Learning experiences

Learning experiences for schools and organized groups, information for teachers and students.

About Fort Beauséjour—Fort Cumberland National Historic Site

Culture and history

Conflict and wars, deportation of Acadians, monuments.

Stewardship and management

Plans and policies, site management.

Contact us

  Phone
506‑364‑5080

  Email
fortbc@pc.gc.ca

  Complete address
How to reach us

Hours of operation

June 17 to September 5, 2023
Visitor Reception Centre open from 9 am to 5 pm

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