Explore the world’s highest tides, historic salt marshes, breath-taking scenery and “squaw cap” islands that dot Glooscap’s Upper Bay of Fundy coastline, or take a leisurely stroll along the sandy beaches of Northumberland Strait . . .
Welcome to the scenic isthmus region of South-Eastern New Brunswick, where the legacy of our people, places and stories from centuries past haunt an ever changing landscape, enshrouded in the mists of time!
The Monro Heritage Centre is a refurbished house (circa 1864), originally the home of surveyor and author, Alexander Monro, one of Port Elgin’s first prominent men. The two-storey museum houses a number of displays depicting local life over the past 200 years, including a model of old Fort Gaspareaux and a replica blacksmith’s forge.