Saint John is famous for being the friendliest city you'll ever visit. History comes to life as your nationally certified expert guide tells vivid stories and takes you to Saint John's famous landmarks on this half day walking tour.
Discover King Street, the steepest, shortest main street in Canada. Learn interesting facts about Prince William Street before buying gifts for friends and family at Barbour's General Store, an authentic 18th century shop. Enjoy the beautiful sight of King's Square Bandstand and listen to local musicians, followed by a visit to the Loyalist Burial Ground, which serves as a final resting place for some of Saint John's first British settlers.
Sensational sights and smells await you in the Old City Market. Built in 1876, it is the oldest continuously operated market in Canada and the perfect place to chat with local folks or purchase some fresh produce. Tour the majestic Imperial Theater before heading back to the ship.
Wear your most comfortable shoes for this Saint John walking tour that brings you to the historical highlights of this coastal treasure.
Reviewer: Sally Chitwood
This was a great way to see and learn about Saint John. The tour guide was a fountain of knowledge!
Reviewer: Debbie Kowalski
This was a good walking tour, nice slow pace and an excellent tour guide. Visited many sites within the city and our guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the area. A great tour of two very old churches was very interesting. Would highly recommend this one to all.
Reviewer: Edward Ciano
We were unable to do this tour due to the weather being bad. the company upgraded us to a bus tour of 5 1/2 hours. It was wonderful. thank you very much
Reviewer: George Hong
The tour guide is familiar with the local history, and provides a great services.
Reviewer: Steve Smitham
Our guide was quite knowledgeable about the city, giving us many insights we would never have known or found out on our own. She was also able to get us into a historic theater which was being renovated and one of their employees gave us an ""off the cuff"" 15 minute presentation about the building and the history of it.